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VRC "Not responding" in Windows when loading profile


Tim Roden
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1) Which version of VRC you have. The version can be found by choosing "About VRC..." from the Help menu.

1.2.6


2) What operating system you are using, such as Windows XP Home, XP Professional, Windows 2000, etc. Indicate what locality your computer uses. (English, German, etc.)

Windows 10 Home, version 1903, build 18362.900


3) Your CPU brand and speed, such as "AMD Athlon 64 3800"

Intel Core i7 6700K 4.00GHz


4) The amount of system memory (RAM) in your computer, such as "512 Megabytes"

16GB


5) The brand and model of your video card, such as "ATI Radeon 9800 Pro"

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070


6) The type and version number of your video card driver, such as "ATI Catalyst 10.0"

NVIDIA display driver 26.21.14.4587


7) Whether or not you use multiple monitors, and how many.

Yes, 3


8 ) If you receive an error message, include the exact text of the error message, including any error numbers and description.

N/A


9) The exact steps to reproduce the bug, if possible.

  1. Freshly installed VRC
  2. Opened the "Default" profile, selected relevant sector, alias, and POF files and entered VATSIM signon information
  3. Signed onto network, turned off everything except ARTCC boundaries
  4. Saved profile and exited VRC
  5. Opened VRC again, attempted to open newly created profile
  6. VRC says loading sector data, the window disappears, and VRC becomes unresponsive with no window title or menu strip, shows as not responding in task manager, and will not proceed further with loading sector data

The issue seems intermittent, but it has been going on for over a year

10) Any relevant information about your VATSIM session, such as the callsign you were using, the facility type you were logged in as, radar mode, etc.

ZLA_WM, Observer, I1

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