P3D v5.1 and SODE 1.7.1

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  • #4973
    Hanse_Rolf

    It seems to me that there is a certain problem (like described in the topic) and I also found a lot of entries in the P3D Forum regarding this. There are problems with SODE after updating to P3D v5.1. After updating the client only I always get a CTD when using P3D v5.1. It regularly happens when I used a saved flight “Before Takeoff” with the Aerosoft A330 and after taking off from EDDH as well as EDDF. Always after a fixed time, when passing ACC ALT the system crashes = CTD. In the Windows Eventviewer it states that the faulty module is the ucrtbase.dll version 10.0.18362.1110 and additionally I get a desktop error message stating that there are problems with NET-Framework. I updated my complete system e.g. Windows 10, NVDIA-driver etc. and still got the error.

    But when I disable the SODE add-on (using the P3D menu and Add-on manager) those CTD’s are gone e.g. I cannot reproduce it anymore. This states, that there seems to be a compatibility problem between both programs.

    Rolf

     

     

    #4974
    MPO910

    I can confirm what Rolf Hanse wrote. I can reproduce this as well. Deactivating SODE does mitigate the issue.

    There are lots of users at AVSIM and LM Support forums complaining about this and those who deactivate SODE can work around the issue.

    Any help would really be appreciated.

    Marcus

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by MPO910.
    #4976
    Snowfalcon

    I can confirm uninstalling SODE from Orbx and then unregistering SODE with the SODE Display Manager Stopped the CTDs

    #4977
    davidnorfolk96

    Can also confirm i’m getting CTDs when flying out of Gatwick. I disabled SODE in ORBX and via the manager & it stopped CTDs

    #4978
    vekant

    I also confirm, by deactivating SODE everything is fine no more CTD

    #4981
    Gooslum

    Hi

    I can confirm the issue too, in my case this occurs in large airports and, especially,  once the push back process starts.

    #4983
    12bPilot

    Thanks for all the reports. I’m starting investigations…

    #4985
    atav757

    Same here; was testing a new plane at an airport with no SODE stuff and was fine. Started a flight at an airport with SODE and sim would crash within 5 mins of starting a flight, about 6 times. Disabled SODE and never a single CTD since then. All the CTDs were the usual dll related like ucrtbase.dll etc.

    #4988
    JJ2019

    Same happens to me after updating to v5.1. Even after deactivating SODE I kept getting CTD. So I uninstalled SODE and no more CTD since then. Hope a fix will come out soon. Thanks guys 🙂

    #4989
    AloisP3D-JP

    Same Happebs to me after upgraging to P3Dv5.1.

    Please use my Log.

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    #4991
    MediumRareBaku

    Thanks for all the reports. I’m starting investigations…

    A bunch of similar reports here: https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/588259-ucrtbasedll-ctd-with-p3dv51-sode-171-and-aigaim/

    #4992
    12bPilot

    Got news for you:

    V5.1 added a new feature called „Adaptive Simulation Group“, mainly intended to reduce visual jittering when flying in close formation with other traffic (multiplayer or AI).

    Due to the way SODE works internally (it basically injects AI objects…), Prepar3D picked them up into that new simulation group and when SODE tried to remove the injected object, the sim crashed. This is going to be fixed within Prepar3D.

    Until then, there is a workaround (hoping you don‘t do much close formation flying), courtesy of P3Ds dev team: You can disable this new adaptive simulation group system in the Prepar3D.cfg

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    [SIM]

    AdaptiveSimGroupEnable=False

    Let me know if this fixes those CTDs.

    #4993
    Daniel Kamer

    Hi,

    I also have the Uctrbase.dll CTD like described above.

    But when I opened Prepar3D. cfg I saw that I don’t  have such kind of line (AdaptiveSimGroupEnable“) under [SIM] .

    I did a fresh install when V5.1 was out including deleting all folders.

    Any other suggestions?

    #4994
    12bPilot

    Hi, I also have the Uctrbase.dll CTD like described above. But when I opened Prepar3D. cfg I saw that I don’t have such kind of line (AdaptiveSimGroupEnable“) under [SIM] . I did a fresh install when V5.1 was out including deleting all folders. Any other suggestions?

    The line is not in there by default, you need to add this line if not present. See also this: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6312&t=140126&start=15#p229912

     

    #4995
    Daniel Kamer

    The line is not in there by default, you need to add this line if not present. See also this: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6312&t=140126&start=15#p229912

    Thank you 🙂 I’ll give it a try

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