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vPilot causing massive fps drops and low performance on MSFS 2020 in Windows 11


Martin Valdes
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As soon as I start vPilot, MSFS 2020 starts getting massive performance issues. I think that this is happening because of a windows service called "State repository service" (in the task manager, it appears that as soon as I move the camera in MSFS, this service starts consuming all of the cpu performance). Pls help.

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On 10/23/2021 at 10:02 AM, Paul Kony said:

Hello, Im having the same issue. Any time I start and connect vPilot to my MSFS2020 the game lags and I hear stutter in headphones. I never had this issue with the game on its own. Any idea how to diagnose this problem? Thank you.

Do you have the same problem when you swich from fullscreen mode to windowed mode?

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Did anyone find a fix for this? I’m having the same problem, both in windowed mode and full screen. Also Windows 11. Makes vPilot unusable unfortunately. 

I did some digging and that State Repository service is supposedly linked to Microsoft Edge  (I don’t even use Edge). Restarting the service temporarily fixes it, but it comes back soon after. I did notice there are two services that rely on this SR service, “Gaming Services” and “AppX Deployment Service”. If you stop the SR service, those two services will just start it back up. I’m guessing that’s where the link is to MSFS.  

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Update - I'm still running into this issue despite uninstalling Process Lasso, however not nearly as frequently. As mentioned before, the 100% CPU causes massive stutters and broken vPilot audio. It seems to happen at random intervals but at least once per flight (usually more)- same effect regardless of the amount of traffic or if tuned into an active freq. Workaround is to close the vPilot app and restart it after a minute or two once the State Repository service settles down. That usually buys at least 10-15 minutes before it happens again. 

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