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  1. Thanks for all the help. I will try the Gizmo beta. Yesterday I reduced scenery density to High, went from 4x FXAA to 2x and disabled SkyMaxx. Was able to complete a full flight nicely with IXEG.
  2. Did you find any solution to this? I'm having pretty much exactly the same issues flying IXEG 737 with SkyMaxx.
  3. I see... I will try to investigate as much as I can. So sad that I can't be sure in having a stable IXEG plane to plan flights with. I guess I'll also try Xplane graphics settings on a little bit lower level and I'd like to try the Gizmo beta for debugging memory if that's possible. I couldn't find the Gizmo beta online, can anyone direct me maybe?
  4. Thanks for the help. This clarifies the case somewhat. Since I currently only tested with Skymaxx and IXEG activated, it seems like I need to dump Skymaxx to fly it... is there no better solution this time?
  5. Hi again! I did some more testing and this time I was able to run it with SkyMaxx for quite a while until the crash happened. I changed weather a few times etc. I had like 6GB of GFX memory and 45-48GB of RAM available at all times before the crash. Here are the logs: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rzzueffy0c5r3lc/GizmoLog.txt?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/g69ykqrnnhquyxr/Log.txt?dl=0 These last lines in the Log.txt seem interesting however... SkyMaxx Pro: Cloud conditions changed. Current target visibility is 28968.191406 G64:1579.306: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gfx): OnDraw_Gauges_3D: not enough memory G64:1579.312: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gfx): vortex_test: not enough memory G64:1579.315: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gui): toast_Windows_OnDraw: not enough memory How can a memory issue occur if I just had like 48 GB free RAM?
  6. I am running X-Plane 11.41. Could it have something to do with GFX drivers for example?
  7. Thanks for the reply, Litjan! I just ran some further tests and now it was able to stay running with SkyMaxx nicely for a long while, free GPU memory was around 6 GB and free RAM was all the time 45GB or more. However, I switched the EHSI to PLAN mode, increased distance to Max and boom, a CTD instantly. I think it might have something to do with the FMC perhaps instead? Here are the fresh log files: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rzzueffy0c5r3lc/GizmoLog.txt?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/g69ykqrnnhquyxr/Log.txt?dl=0 These last lines in the Log.txt seem interesting however... SkyMaxx Pro: Cloud conditions changed. Current target visibility is 28968.191406 G64:1579.306: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gfx): OnDraw_Gauges_3D: not enough memory G64:1579.312: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gfx): vortex_test: not enough memory G64:1579.315: Memory Allocation Error: Run(gui): toast_Windows_OnDraw: not enough memory How can a memory issue occur if I just had like 48 GB free RAM?
  8. Thank you. The log.txt shows nothing that refers to the crash...
  9. Hi I have now spent a couple of hours trying to figure out why X-Plane crashes after about 10 minutes of running. You don’t really need to do much, just start the systems up and soon it crashes to Desktop. I have taken off all Plugins from the folder except Gizmo and IXEG does not crash. I put back SilverLining + Real Weather Connector and the crash happens. I really doubt it’s a memory issue because I’ve flown 100 hours with no crash on Hot Start TBM900 with all Plugins running. I have 1080TI 11GB GFX card and 64GB DDR4. However, on the Skymaxx forum the developer replied and said it could well be a memory issue. Still I wonder why it only occurs with IXEG and no other planes... Thanks!
  10. Thanks for your reply. I will check it out. No idea why I've never had it happen before, only with IXEG. Is it the best to monitor RAM usage before the crash through Skymaxx dashboard?
  11. Hi I have now spent a couple of hours trying to figure out why X-Plane crashes after about 10 minutes of running. You don’t really need to do much, just start the systems up and soon it crashes to Desktop. I have taken off all Plugins from the folder except Gizmo and IXEG does not crash. I put back SilverLining + Real Weather Connector and the crash happens. I really doubt it’s a memory issue because I’ve flown 100 hours with no crash on Hot Start TBM900 with all Plugins running. I have 1080TI 11GB GFX card and 64GB DDR4. I’d really like to use SkyMaxx with IXEG and please tell me you have an idea what could be causing this :)
  12. Hi! Any chance someone could create a private livery of the actual 737-300 flying under Las Vegas Sands Corporation? The regs are N788LS and N789LS. Thanks so much.
  13. Hi, So thought I'd get things a little more precise and wanted to know if there is an actual list of all the systems and equipment on this particular 733 that IXEG is modelling? For example the radio models and types, autopilot, APU etc. For example something like in this 737 FOR SALE ad: http://www.controller.com/listings/aircraft/for-sale/1341561/1989-boeing-737-300 Also, what is the proper equipment to use in the ICAO flightplan? Perhaps you can list it according to the new flightplan format codes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equipment_codes Correct me if I am wrong: D DME F ADF G GNSS I INS S Standard Equipment composed of VHF RTF, VOR and ILS, unless another combination is prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority. W RVSM approved S Transponder — Mode S, including both pressure altitude and aircraft identification capability Thanks so much.
  14. Hi, I don't know if this is a bug or real aircraft behaviour due to its old fashioned technology but I was approaching Stockholm ESSA today to runway 19R via XILAN arrival and the Top of Descent was calculated nicely, aircraft was descending in VNAV at about 2000 FPM. Then I decided to try a direct to STAR point which reduced some miles off the original STAR. This is regular practice in real life. Now when the direct was entered, the aircraft leveled off and the vertical path indicator on the EFIS monitor showed as if I was about 2000 ft lower than needed. Shouldn't it actually show that I'm above and increase rate of descent?
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