In this case the airplane you repped must be removed from the UI airplanes.
Please do as follows:

  1. Open Aircraft menu
  2. Click on the “AI Aircraft” button on the top-right corner of the “Aircraft” pane
  3. Remove any C172/Beech Baron from the list
  4. Be sure that the “Random Aircraft” option is not checked

Another, more complex solution is to create a separated C172 (or B58) used for AI only from which you removed the FMOD folder. To do so, please follow these steps (the same steps are valid for the B58):

  1. Make a copy of the default C172SP and call it “Cessna 172SP AI”
  2. Remove the fmod folder from the Cessna 172SP AI
  3. Open PlaneMaker and load the Cessna 172SP AI
  4. Go to Standard -> Author and uncheck “Supports User Flight”
  5. Save the changes
  6. Now, still using PlaneMaker, load the default C172SP
  7. Go to Standard -> Author and uncheck “Supports AI Flight”
  8. Save the changes
  9. Now, still using PlaneMaker, load REP’s C172SP
  10. Go to Standard -> Author and uncheck “Supports AI Flight”
  11. Save the changes
  12. Clone PlaneMaker and run X-Plane

At this point, X-Plane will load a C172SP that was made for AI and that has no FMOD sounds in it, preventing the crash.


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