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Offline Zatnikitelman

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30 December 2006, 18:12:37
To make a long story short, my computer crashed and now I'm left with trying to rebuild my project I was doing in
Orbiter. I downloaded the full package with base+P1 and for some reason, the sky renders just like space does even
though the sun is out. After a couple minutes either time warped or not, this happens after the start of the scenario.
Anyone else get this? Or is this a unique problem?
Thanks,
Zat


Offline DFP NEVERDIE

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Reply #1 - 30 December 2006, 18:39:57
i have the solution!
from the M6 forums... but there out of space now!
Add this files to your orbiter directory:
MSVCP71.DLL
MSVCR71.DLL
It is the C liberary, (atleast what was tould to me at M6.
You can download them at google.
just search for it,
Once found and downloaded.
Extract to your orbiter directory, with out the readme's,
(there useless)
And then try it!
If i destroy your computer with this tip... I aint going to pay!!


Offline Simonpro

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Reply #2 - 30 December 2006, 18:40:14
I vaguely remember this is caused by not having enough RAM or something. Try reinstalling your drivers and see if the
problem recifies itself.


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Offline Zatnikitelman

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Reply #3 - 31 December 2006, 01:14:59
Thanks for the info on the DLLs that seems to have fixed it!
Regards,
Zat


Offline DFP NEVERDIE

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Reply #4 - 31 December 2006, 12:31:04
Hey hey.... im the best... err... i got the info from M6... i have the same problems! :-)

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