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    Posted: 27 Apr 2009 at 8:50pm
Hello again.
I just had an in-flight crash of FSX due, probably, to a CPU/graphic card overload. I solved the problem by taking off again, and arrive to the point where I was before the crash with a 16x simulation speed (as this is permitted by AirHauler, unlike the "slew" mode).
Anybody knows a way to "resume" a flight after a FSX crash, maybe a file hidden somewhere in the computer's memory?
 
Thank you all, and have nice flights.
 
P.S. don't tell me to lower my settings, please... I want all those sliders to the right! Wink After all those crashes are very very seldom, and the reward I have in terms of scenery is wonderful!
 
Cheerio!
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Unfortunately, there's no way to resume a flight if FSX crashes - it doesn't save the flight when it crashes. Your best bet is to quit AirHauler (with the X application button in the top right - NOT finish flying), and then start AH again and redo the flight.
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I guessed that Slopey.
So my way to re-position with a high simulation speed (that could be useful especially if FSX crashes after 4 hours of flight...) is a good bet.
Thank you Smile
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