14. May 2019 at 15:57 #3344
Since recently, sode does no longer start with the sim, although it is configured properly according to the sode platform manager. I had copied some simobjects and xml I found in sceneries to C:\ProgramData\12bPilot\SODE\
Can hardly imagine, this could stop SODE from starting. But maybe that happens?
I tried to uninstall and reinstall sode. What is strange, when I have to activate it, it takes very long and stays then red, both of the two buttons. If I press the button again, another minute, then it becomes green. I can not unregister it afterwards. It takes a minute then it stays green. Adding SODE to FSX on the same system is going within a second and it becomes green.
Add-ons.cfg in ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3d v4 is listing SODE active, as well the add-on.xml in C:\Program Files (x86)\12bPilot\SODE\P3Dv4 seems ok too.
In P3D4 I have no jetways. SODE is not listed in the menu. Simconnect is ok according to the platform manager. I don´t find any clues in the log files.
What can I do to make it run again? Log files attached in a zip.
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Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.15. May 2019 at 09:46 #3347
I tried to delete all files and folders of sode and did a new install. Still it takes much longer to activate it. As before it activated only on the second try. Now it is started in the sim and I got Jetways. But now I have a CTD Kernelbase.dll problem on several airports. The situation loads, the the hourglas and after a while ctd without any message as usual with P3D.
Still I wonder, what happened to SODE. Why is acitvating not working straight forward?17. May 2019 at 05:22 #3348
Back to 4.5 of P3D4 without hotfix, the kernelbase.dll ctds are over. Now big X at the gates. SODE Platform Manager shows, SODE is not registered. Pressing the button does start the process which ends without success. Here´s the latest log.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.18. May 2019 at 16:26 #3352
I expected to get help here, but I´m only talking to myself. After AIG Manager also got problems to start, I decided to do a windows system restore. This removed the AIG Manager problem, a program also listed in the add-on.cfg in ProgramData. It seems, everything has to do with this file. I just wonder, who has crashed it. The restored file contains 15 entries. When I looked at it first when SODE didn´t register and activate, it contained only SODE and AIG Manager. All other entries were gone. I also use Lorby´s Addon Manager. Maybe this program did it, since it handles all these .cfgs. But strange anyway, that sode registring program can no longer handle the .cfg. Maybe Jeffrey sees this thread one day. The program still makes problems. SODE was registred but not active, jetways come and go in the sim with each start. The activation became green too but jetways were gone again. I wish I had no sode sceneries, really.
If I unregister, register and activate becomes green. The sode entry in add-on.cfg is deleted and the OctopusGroup An-2 becomes a double entry (package.0 and package.0). Maybe the Antonov can solve this problem.
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