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asked by (13 points)
Hello please help me, I'm not understanding this.

I run on a GT 940MX and is using 8GB of RAM on a i5. I've got 64 Bit Window's 10, But for me in the Resolution Menu, it say's 1366x768 32 Bit.


I recently got a crash with this as the ID : 0x80000000000000 . If anyone has any Idea's, I spent all my families money on this, and if it doesn't work, I'll be devastated.
commented by (13 points)
Just tell me how to launch in 64 Bit. [X-Plane 11].

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answered by (570 points)
Color depth is 32 bits and has nothing to do with cpu architecture's 64 bits.
commented by (570 points)
Also you  don't tell us what version of X-Plane you're using. And you should post the log.txt for members to see if it register something of the problem.
commented by (13 points)
[1]. What are you saying Ice pdb?

[2]. Where would I find that?

[3]. I reopened X-Plane, and I couldn't find any sign of a crash in the "log" txt.
commented by (570 points)

Simple, in the resolution menu, the 32 bit you see is the COLOR DEPTH it's 2^32 colors = 4294967296 total colors,...

X-Plane 11 is ONLY 64 bits! it doesn't have 32 bit version like X-Plane 10.

and log.txt is in the root folder of x-plane.