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This topic is simply to keep you in the loop regarding work on a 64-bit version of the CIVA INS which will be required should FS Labs proceed with a 64-bit version of Concorde. Back in May I asked the author of the CIVA INS - Marco Ravanello - if he would be able to create a 64-bit version. You can read the discussion here. http://www.simufly.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1496075111 You'll notice he needs to test his code with a freeware 64-bit P3D aircraft. If any of you know of one please post here. If none appear in a reasonable timescale then maybe some of us could make a donation so he can buy a commercial one and test his code. Please do not use this topic for any bashing of FS Labs. Two topics have already been locked because of this. A 64-bit CIVA INS does not guarantee Concorde will be converted but it does make it feasible. And FS Labs have a lot of work to finish the A320 but having an available CIVA INS would make their life a lot easier.
Greetings from Norway! I took the plunge last week, and bought the Concorde X. I've printed both the manual, and the tutorial, and aim to really learn it. I love all the quirks and the 60s ways of solving things we nowdays would put into a black box, and hide it behind a non illuminated swith labeled "AUTO". I've spent a lot of hours at the gate, fiddling with the INS, completing all the steps in the tutorial, and yesterday I was ready to give it a go down the runway at Heathrow, as pr. the tutorial. However, the flight was cut frightenly short, and I never even made the first turn.. P3D froze, and after a few seconds dissapeard without a trace. In the event viewer i found this: Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 126.96.36.19931, time stamp: 0x5672b60a Faulting module name: CIVAC.gau, version: 188.8.131.52, time stamp: 0x47017511 Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x00001990 Faulting process id: 0x1568 Faulting application start time: 0x01d1732123aa13f3 Faulting application path: E:\Prepar3D\Client\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: E:\Prepar3D\Client\civa\CIVAC.gau Report Id: 4eacfb3e-2b51-46a1-8f2a-ebaddd78b3f6 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: This is the first time, in a very long time, a CTD has presented itself in P3D. I've spent the last few hours trying to figure out what might cause the CIVA.gau to crash. ( And yes - I know the CIVA.gau is the core of the 3rd party INS-system.) What I've tried so far: 1. Re-download and re-install the INS-software. 2. Run P3D as administrator. 3. To make sure, I also granted my username access to all the P3D-program files etc. 4. Disable Panel Stretcing in p3d.cfg 5. Start the sim in Windowed mode. The problem arises a few minutes after departure, after applying roll to either left or right. I've made a saved scenario at the beginning of the RW, and have tried loading "ready for takeoff" panel state, to see if it makes any difference, but it don't. I'm a rookie to the INS-simulation, and litterally have no clue what to try next:( My specs: HW: i7 3770K Ivy Bridge 3.5ghz @ 4.9 Custom Water Loop. 2x EVGA GTX 980 Classified SLi 16gb 2400mhz Kingston Memory 4x 256 GB Samsung 840 EVO SSDs 1x Dell 3440x1440 display. 1x Dell 2560x1440 display. SW: P3D 3.1 Academic Windows 10 Nvidia 361.91 driver. Have any of you experienced a similar issue, and how did you go about resolving it? Best regards, Kristoffer Sorensen