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Same here, but not every time, just often

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The same for me after le latest update 2.1.1 (07/29/2017).

 

Every time I play DCS 2.1.1 with the Mirage 2000C, and HTC Vive the program stop functionning after 1 - 3 minute of playing.

 

 

I've already des-install and re-install :

- DCS 2.1.1,

- Steam,

- Steam VR

- The latest NVidia driver (for 1080, without 3DVision and NVidia HD Audio)

 

Nothing has changed, program still crash.

 

Note : Without using both the M2000C and the HTC Vive, the program could be used in a normal way. For exemple, with FC3 - F15 or other plane with HTC Vive, there is no problem.

 

Here a print screen of the error :

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The same for me after le latest update 2.1.1 (07/29/2017).

 

Every time I play DCS 2.1.1 with the Mirage 2000C, and HTC Vive the program stop functionning after 1 - 3 minute of playing.

 

 

I've already des-install and re-install :

- DCS 2.1.1,

- Steam,

- Steam VR

- The latest NVidia driver (for 1080, without 3DVision and NVidia HD Audio)

 

Nothing has changed, program still crash.

 

Note : Without using both the M2000C and the HTC Vive, the program could be used in a normal way. For exemple, with FC3 - F15 or other plane with HTC Vive, there is no problem.

 

Here a print screen of the error :

1501434431-capture.png

 

Sounds like a tooltips bug - turn off tooltips in the options.

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Getting same issue, but not every time. I've installed the latest Nvidia drivers 384.94. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers twice. See logs attached. Log shows:

 

01722.925 INFO EDCORE: # -------------- 20170731-001955 --------------

01722.929 INFO EDCORE: C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_24ddebfb518b5a55\nvwgf2umx.dll

01722.932 INFO EDCORE: # C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION at 9B2BFF43 00:00000000

01722.993 INFO EDCORE: Minidump created.

01722.995 INFO EDCORE: try to write track file

Logs.zip

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Been having this flying Nevada in a mirage with oculus. Since I do not use f10 map in the mission I do not get these crashes anymore.

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I concur, problem is Map related F10 view

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  • 4 weeks later...

Corrected in the upcoming patch or fixed in the last? cause I'm still having this problem very regularly.

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