P3D v4 Fokker 130

There will be another setback in this project -_-
For some reason my PC wont run P3D anymore no matter what I do, which means I can't test the F130 anymore.
I hope to find a solution but I am not sure when.
 

Ronald

Resource contributor
For some reason my PC wont run P3D anymore no matter what I do, which means I can't test the F130 anymore.
I'm missing technical data here Osian like:
1 - What version, make and model of operating system are you running?
2 - What version of Prepar3d are you referring too?
3 - Since which date dit this (not wanting to run P3DVx) running) occurred?

4 - Which error message did you get on screen when starting your PD3Vx? flightsim?
- https://www.prepar3d.com/forum/

5 - Which errors are mentioned in the Windows error logs during . after flightsim refusal to start)
- https://windowsinstructed.com/access-windows-error-logs-windows/
- https://www.digitalmastersmag.com/magazine/tip-of-the-day-how-to-find-crash-logs-on-windows-10/
- https://www.howto-connect.com/event-viewer-on-windows-10/
 
I've deleted P3D entirely.
I didn't get any error or error logs.
Event viewer didn't help much either also no error. It was P3D V4.3 on Windows 10. And it started to happen since yesterday.
 

Ronald

Resource contributor
I've deleted P3D entirely.
Now that is a nice way to get a clean start Osian! I hope for you that a complete re-installation of P3Dv4 will solve this challenge.

TIP-1: Dont forget to run a Windows Registry cleaner before the next P3DV4 re-installation:
https://www.techjunkie.com/best-registry-cleaners/
https://windowsreport.com/windows-10-registry-cleaners/
https://fossbytes.com/top-10-free-registry-cleaners-for-microsoft-windows/

TIP-2: Check out the online P3D forums over here, so see if others also ran into the same troubles (and their solutions of course):
https://www.prepar3d.com/forum/
https://www.avsim.com/forums/forum/436-the-prepar3d-forum/
 
Btw I recall the fokker 100 being aquiped with 2 types of main-exits. One featured the stairs as you modelled them above and one was a regular airliner main-door, you gonna jnclude both?
Wow I just read this question from a year ago :p anyway I am planning both types of exits but first to release is the built-in stairs version.
 
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