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DCS 2.0 crash during Instant Action load.

 

DCS: 2.0 Alpha with NTTR.

Modules: A-10C, FC3, L-39.

OS: Windows 10 Pro

CPU: Intel i7-4790K @ 4.00GHz

RAM: 32 Gb

GPU: AMD Radeon R9 M295X @ 4GB DDR5 memory.

 

This is an Apple iMac running Windows 10 Pro with Boot Camp.

Drivers updated to latest available (Boot Camp 6).

For additional system related information, including driver versions, services etc, please refer to system details file.

 

Log, crash, dmp and system files included in files.zip (attachment).

files.zip

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Hi dscalvouk,

 

and welcome to the forum.

 

My guess is the R9 driver, but the AMD card owners here will know more

 

00378.059 INFO EDCORE: # C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION at AFECCA79 00:00000000

00378.065 INFO EDCORE: AFECCA79 2C90BBC0 0000:00000000 AmdLiquidVrD3D11WrapDeviceContext()+CC19

00378.065 INFO EDCORE: F7973080 2C90BBC8 0000:00000000

00378.065 INFO EDCORE: A8D3A128 2C90BBD0 0000:00000000

00378.065 INFO EDCORE: AFB49A47 2C90BC20 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+296217

00378.066 INFO EDCORE: AFB4992F 2C90BC80 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+2960FF

00378.066 INFO EDCORE: AF94B3D0 2C90BCE0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+97BA0

00378.066 INFO EDCORE: AF94AA03 2C90BD60 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+971D3

00378.067 INFO EDCORE: AF949357 2C90BD90 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+95B27

00378.067 INFO EDCORE: AF948130 2C90BDC0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+94900

00378.068 INFO EDCORE: AF8CD484 2C90BDF0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+19C54

00378.068 INFO EDCORE: AFE7718A 2C90BEB0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+5C395A

00378.068 INFO EDCORE: AFE76FE4 2C90F9B0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+5C37B4

00378.068 INFO EDCORE: AF8E4ED7 2C90F9E0 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+316A7

00378.068 INFO EDCORE: AF8E48A9 2C90FA10 0000:00000000 AmdDxGsaFreeCompiledShader()+31079

00378.069 INFO EDCORE: AFECD11B 2C90FA40 0000:00000000 AmdLiquidVrD3D11WrapDeviceContext()+D2BB

00378.070 INFO EDCORE: AFECD2C2 2C90FA70 0000:00000000 AmdLiquidVrD3D11WrapDeviceContext()+D462

00378.070 INFO EDCORE: C2598102 2C90FAA0 0000:00000000 BaseThreadInitThunk()+22

00378.070 INFO EDCORE: C438C264 2C90FAF0 0000:00000000 RtlUserThreadStart()+34

00378.071 INFO EDCORE: CreateFile failed. Error: 32

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Hi Bignewy,

 

Thanks for your welcome and quick response.

 

I am currently running the latest driver officially included in Boot Camp 6.

That is the AMD 15.20.1060-150715a-186304C.

 

I am aware this driver has now been superseded by the AMD 15.30.1025-151117a-296570C (Crimson driver family), which does not ship with the latest Boot Camp driver package.

 

Although there are ways of forcing a Crimson driver install, there are a number features that are unavailable - display brightness control being one of them for example, reason why many users with similar setup will stay away from it until Apple Inc push an official Boot Camp update.

 

Will the alpha support a wider range of drivers as it matures, or will Crimson drivers be a requisite?

 

Thanks,

Kind regards,

D.

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Hi guys !

Same situation with descalvouk, only difference is iMac 5K retina I5 8 Mbram.

All is fine with beta 1.5, why not for 2.0 ?

I use same hardware only 2.0 CTD .

May be not HW problem, but sw problem must to fix.

I reading you on forum.

good wind.

 

Cougar62

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Hi Cougar62,

 

The problem is definitely driver related.

 

As BigBANGTheory suggested, the problem is not present when the latest 15.11.1 Crimson beta driver is installed. However, the process to install that particular driver is not trivial.

 

To give you an idea of what it takes to install those drivers...

 

1. Download and install Windows Driver Kit (WDK) 10:

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=526733

 

2. Download and install Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows 10:

https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=698771

Select only the feature "Windows Software Development Kit" during installation.

 

3. Download and install the AMD Crimson 15.11.1 64bit Beta Driver for Windows 10.

http://www2.ati.com/drivers/beta/Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30.exe

Bear in mind that the installation will fail, that's just fine.

It leaves behind a folder with all the files needed to continue this process.

 

4. Go to folder C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Config

 

5. Edit InstallManager.cfg using Notepad and add the line marked in red:

 

UseCustomSettings=true
  EnableHWCustomSettings=true
  UseCustomColor=true
  BackgroundColor=0xf0f0f0
  FontColor=0x1e1e1e
  FontDisableColor=0x6d6d6d
  ButtonColor=0xa1cbca
  ButtonDisableColor=0x738c89
  TextColorPast=0xA0A0A0
  TextColorPresent=0x000000
  TextColorFuture=0xA0A0A0
  ButtonBrightness=0.35
  URL_DefaultColor=0xED1C24
  URL_HoverColor=0x516564
  URL_VisitedColor=0x516564
  ShowLanguageOption=false
  ShowOEMLogo=false
  ShowUpdate=false
  ShowOEMUrl=true
  DGPUWorkaround=true
  WebBrowserURL=AMD
  WorkaroundInstall=false
  [color="Red"]EnableFalcon=true[/color]
  a=http://raptr.com/amd
  b=http://raptr.com/amd
  c=http://raptr.com/amd
  d=http://raptr.com/amd
  e=http://raptr.com/amd
  f=http://raptr.com/amd

 

6. Right-click on the Windows icon on your Desktop and left-click Device Manager.

 

7. Under display adapters you will see your GPU: AMD Radeon R9 M295X or similar.

Right-click it and open Properties.

Click on the Details tab and from the Property drop-down-list select Hardware Ids.

Right-click the very first value and left-click copy.

 

PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B&REV_00 (in my case, yours might differ)

 

8. Go to folder C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF

 

9. Open the file CU297019.inf with Notepad, locate section [ATI.Mfg.NTamd64.6.3] and replace this line:

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&REV_00

with this line: (note that the value PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B&REV_00 is the one we copied earlier on, which in your case might be different)

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B&REV_00

Also on that file, locate section [ati2mtag_Tonga] and remove this line:

ExcludeID=PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B

 

Save the file.

 

10. Under the same folder, open the file C7297019.inf with Notepad, locate the section [ATI.Mfg.NTamd64.6.1] and replace this line:

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&REV_00

with this line:

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B&REV_00

 

Save the file.

 

11. Still under the same folder, open the file C0297019.inf with Notepad, locate the section [ATI.Mfg.NTamd64.10.0] and replace this line:

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&REV_00

with this line:

"%AMD6938.1%" = ati2mtag_Tonga, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B&REV_00

 

Also on that file, locate the section [ati2mtag_Tonga] and remove this line:

ExcludeID=PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6938&SUBSYS_013A106B

 

Save the file.

 

12. Open a command prompt (cmd.exe) as administrator and run this commands to create a self-signed certificate:

cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x64
makecert.exe -r -pe -ss PrivateCertStore -n "CN=selfsigned" selfsigned.cer

 

13. Still on that command prompt, run this command to make the self-signed certificate available to sign drivers:

certmgr.exe /add selfsigned.cer /s /r localmachine root

 

14. Still on that command prompt, run these commands to update the catalog files:

cd ..
cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86
Inf2Cat.exe /Driver:"C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF" /OS:10_X64

 

15. Still on that command prompt, run this command to sign the drivers with our self-signed certificate:

signtool.exe sign /v /s PrivateCertStore /n selfsigned /t [url]http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll[/url] C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\cu297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c7297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\C0297019.cat

16. Close the command prompt.

 

17. Go to folder C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30 and run Setup.exe

 

18. Follow the installation wizard instructions - make sure you reboot your machine once the drivers have been installed.

 

19. Boot into your MacOs X operating system and adjust your display brightness to maximum.

 

20. Boot into your Windows 10 operating system.

 

21. Confirm your are running the latest AMD drivers. You can do this by right-clicking on an empty area on your desktop and selecting AMD Radeon Settings from the pop-up menu.

The AMD Radeon settings tool will come up.

Left-click on System (located at the top right corner).

Verify the "Radeon Software Version" is 15.11.1, and that the "Radeon Software Edition" states "Crimson".

 

22. Now fire up your DCS World 2 Open Alpha, go to Instant Action and select one of the missions. It should load with no problem this time.

 

 

Something to bear in mind is that, as I mentioned on my previous post, this driver has its limitations, in that there are features such as the display brightness adjustment that are not available.

 

As you can see the process to work around this particular issue is not trivial, and perhaps the most sensible option is to wait until Apple Inc release AMD Crimson drivers officially (via Boot Camp update).


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dear descalvouk, tx for share this info.

I found shortcut , rolling back my display driver to rev.

Go to device manager, display adapter, AMD Radeon R9M295X, Driver tab, Roll back driver.

Come back to ver 14.301.1010.0 and the result at the moment work!!.

I will check more config. stay tuned.

 

Pietro

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HI descal...you writed:

7. Under display adapters you will see your GPU: AMD Radeon R9 M295X or similar.

Right-click it and open Properties.

Click on the Details tab and from the Property drop-down-list select Hardware Ids.

Right-click the very first value and left-click copy.

But where I must paste??

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sorry stupid question.

but at the point 15, have the following error.

 

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.10240]

© 2015 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

C:\WINDOWS\system32>cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x64

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x64>makecert.exe -r -pe -ss PrivateCertStore -n "CN=selfsigned" selfsigned.cer

Succeeded

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x64>certmgr.exe /add selfsigned.cer /s /r localmachine root

CertMgr Succeeded

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x64>cd ..

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin>cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>Inf2Cat.exe /Driver:"C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF" /OS:10_X64

...............................................................................................................................................................................................

Signability test complete.

 

Errors:

None

 

Warnings:

None

 

Catalog generation complete.

C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c0297019.cat

C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c7297019.cat

C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\cu297019.cat

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>signtool.exe sign /v /s PrivateCertStore /n selfsigned /t http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\cu297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c7297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\C0297019.cat

 

The following certificates have been found to be suitable for signing:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

SignTool Error: Multiple certificates were found that meet all the given

criteria. Use the /a option to allow SignTool to choose the best

certificate automatically or use the /sha1 option with the hash of the

desired certificate.

The following certificates meet all given criteria:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>signtool.exe sign /v /s PrivateCertStore /n selfsigned /t http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\cu297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c7297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\C0297019.cat

 

The following certificates have been found to be suitable for signing:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

SignTool Error: Multiple certificates were found that meet all the given

criteria. Use the /a option to allow SignTool to choose the best

certificate automatically or use the /sha1 option with the hash of the

desired certificate.

The following certificates meet all given criteria:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>signtool.exe sign /v /s PrivateCertStore /n selfsigned /t http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\cu297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\c7297019.cat C:\AMD\Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-Nov30\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\C0297019.cat

 

The following certificates have been found to be suitable for signing:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

SignTool Error: Multiple certificates were found that meet all the given

criteria. Use the /a option to allow SignTool to choose the best

certificate automatically or use the /sha1 option with the hash of the

desired certificate.

The following certificates meet all given criteria:

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: FBB4DE1799FEAC0C6ABE7061EA81B6A743C68E9E

 

Issued to: selfsigned

Issued by: selfsigned

Expires: Sun Jan 01 00:59:59 2040

SHA1 hash: 2B2D7C7A9CD62877D4BC91C2604BDB6E77D10A30

 

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\bin\x86>

 

May be the url link wrong?

 

Regards

Pietro

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Hi Pietro,

 

It seems you have created two self-signed certificates with the same name.

In order to delete one of them, follow these steps.

 

1. Right-click on the Windows icon.

2. Select Run from the menu.

3. Type certmgr.msc and press the OK button.

This will open Certificate Manager.

 

4. Under "Certificates - Current User", expand PrivateStore and click on "Certificates".

5. The right panel now displays the self-signed certificates installed on your machine (you should have 2).

6. Select one of them, right-click, and Delete.

 

You are ready to go back to step 15.

 

Take care,

D.

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Hi

At the end after a few round, I've installed the crimson drivers.

At the reeboot mac AMD open web pages say me:

 

Radeon Software Successfully Installed

 

But..in the device manager display status have following error message:

 

Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)

And when I try to open AMD Radeo Settings have this:

 

Not AMD drivers installed.....

 

Any idea?

TX in advance

 

Pietro

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Hi Pietro,

 

It is likely you missed something along the way. Your driver should have been signed and installed correctly. What you are getting is Windows 10 complaining that the driver you installed was unsigned and therefore Windows protects itself by not loading the driver.

 

If I were you, I'd delete the selfsigned certificate using certmgr.msc

I'd uninstall the crimson driver and reinstall the one provided with Boot Camp 6, reboot your machine and go through the original process to the letter. Make sure you don't skip any step and that your Hardware Id matches the one indicated in my original post, if it were different, please post it and I'll re-post instructions to suit your Harware Id.

 

If that still failed, I'd wait until an official driver release.

 

 

Kind regards,

D.

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Hi Pietro,

 

It is likely you missed something along the way. Your driver should have been signed and installed correctly. What you are getting is Windows 10 complaining that the driver you installed was unsigned and therefore Windows protects itself by not loading the driver.

 

If I were you, I'd delete the selfsigned certificate using certmgr.msc

I'd uninstall the crimson driver and reinstall the one provided with Boot Camp 6, reboot your machine and go through the original process to the letter. Make sure you don't skip any step and that your Hardware Id matches the one indicated in my original post, if it were different, please post it and I'll re-post instructions to suit your Harware Id.

 

If that still failed, I'd wait until an official driver release.

 

 

Kind regards,

D.

 

Hi D.

I note this morning on AMD web page the ultimate crimson drivers is 15.30.1025.1001.

You think is compatible with ours iMac?

I have exactly your HW Ids.

 

Regards

 

Pietro

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