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Hello guys, I recently bought two games of Flight Simulator X for my two computers. And since, both computers have BSOD sometimes either during gameplay or on the desktop, and I think the game is the cause of it, anyone has a similiar strange behavior?
    
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Great, I just bought that "X" for my brother in law for Christmas, hope it don't crapolla his new PC or he'll kill me
    
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I was getting BSODs with the demo and it turned out that it and ATI tool werent getting along. Updated ATI Tool and it fixed the problem.

But I doubt thats whats happening in your case.
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I can vouch for the same problem times 3. Me, my dad, and my brother all have random BSOD crashes with FSX. All three systems are very capable with the latest drivers and we're stumped. The BSOD messages all suggest memory issues, but I find it hard to believe that it would run silky smooth with great framerates for an hour or more and then just have a memory issue for no apparent reason. Dad's system is similar to mine only with e6600 processor and Geforce 8800GTX, brothers is a P4 3.4 with a Geforce 7800GTX. I'd try reinstalling if I wasn't convinced Microsoft would activate the kill switch on my software and make me wait on hold for an hour to beg them to activate it again.......God I love the way they treat their customers.
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