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He appears in Pilot at the beginning when Sophia Woodstone is dying, with his head balanced on his neck. However, once Sophia has already died and then moved on, Crash’s head overbalances when Thor bashes into Crash when walking past. This causes the head to topple from its position upon the body’s neck and is lost for a period of time.
In the episode Trevor's Pants , his body appears when Flower wanted to use it as part of a threesome with Thorfinn because he said he was not sure whether he wanted there to be a third in their relationship. She thought that this would be a good compromise and that, since the body was only “Half the person”, it would be fair for there to be a third without a head. He is later seen wandering off once Thor rejects the idea of his body being the third and decides to drop the plan of having a third overall.
Crash was decapitated in an unknown event that ended his life and removed his head.
He is seen in the episode Ghost Father of the Bride , looking for the person who took his head only to put it in a tree on the property. His head had been separated from his body for a year. He and Flower were making out a year ago, who later got annoyed by his love songs. It was later revealed that Isaac was the one who took Crash's head, simply out of boredom.
Later on during the ending of the episode he was shown to be bothering Flower who wanted to TV. So she picked up his head and tossed it out of the house smiling to herself while Crash’s body eagerly started feeling around for its head.
- He is the American equivalent of Humphrey . However, unlike Humphrey, he's less active in his fellow ghosts' social lives and rarely appears onscreen.
- He calls the TV "the tube" in the episode Ghost Father of the Bride .
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[SOLVED] Ghost Recon Breakpoint Crash Issues | Quickly & Easily!
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint has gained considerable popularity among online tactical shooter video game fans. However, there are also many players reporting that Ghost Recon Breakpoint keeps crashing or won’t launch (crashes at startup) .
If you’re running into the same issue, don’t worry! You’ve come to the right place. After reading this post, you should be able to resovle this issue on your own quickly and easily!
Try these fixes:
Here’s a list of fixes that have resolved this problem for other Ghost Recon Breakpoint players. You don’t have to try them all. Just work your way through the list until you find the one that does the trick for you.
- Delete “DataPC_TGT_WorldMap.forge”
- Update your graphics drivers
- Install the latest game patches
- Verify the game files
- Stop overclocking
- Lower in-game settings
- Reinstall the game
Fix 1: Delete “DataPC_TGT_WorldMap.forge”
You can try deleting the game file “ DataPC_TGT_WorldMap.forge ” if Ghost Recon Breakpoint crashes at launch on your computer. Here’s how to do it:
- Exit Ghost Recon Breakpoint if it’s still running.
- Go to the installation folder of Ghost Recon Breakpoint: For Uplay PC users, just click on the game tile, then go to Properties > Local Files > Open Folder . For Epic Games users, go to the default installation path: C:\Program Files\Epic Games\[Game name] .
- Locate the file DataPC_TGT_WorldMap.forge and delete it.
Launch the game again to see if you can play it without crashes. If not, don’t worry. Please read on and try the next fix, below.
Fix 2: Update your graphics drivers
Graphics card manufacturers like Nvidia, AMD and Intel constantly release new graphics drivers to fix bugs and improve the gaming performance and experience.
If the graphics driver on your PC is outdated or corrupted, you may not be able to enjoy the optimal gaming experience, and sometimes you may run into Ghost Recon Breakpoint crash issue.
To fix this issue, the first thing you should do is update your graphics driver. There are two ways that you can update your graphics driver:
Manual driver update – You can update your graphics drivers manually by going to the manufacturer’s website for your graphics card, and searching for the most recent correct driver. Be sure to choose only drivers that are compatible with your Windows version.
A utomatic driver update – If you don’t have the time, patience or computer skills to update your video and monitor drivers manually, you can, instead, do it automatically with Driver Easy .
Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for your exact graphics cards, and your Windows version, and it will download and install them correctly:
- Download and install Driver Easy.
Fix 3: Install the latest game patches
The developers of Ghost Recon Breakpoint release regular game patches to fix bugs and improve gaming performance. It’s possible that a recent patch has caused the game crash issue, and that a new patch is required to fix it.
If a patch is available, download and install it, then run the game again to check whether the game crash issue has been resolved. If it hasn’t, or there was no new game patch available, move on to Fix 4, below.
Fix 4: Verify the game files
The game crash issue can also be triggered by the faulty game files. To fix this issue, you need to verify the game files. Here is how to do it:
Epic Game Launcher
- In Epic Game Launcher, navigate to your Library .
Launch the game after verifying the game file to see if this fix works. If not, try the next fix, below.
Fix 5: Stop overclocking
Many players would like to overclock the CPU or turbo boost the graphics card to gain a better FPS. However, overclocking usually crashes the game. To prevent the game crash issues, you should reset the CPU or the graphics card to the manufacturer specifications.
If this issue persists after you reset the CPU or graphics card to its manufacturer specifications, try the next fix, below.
Fix 6: Lower in-game settings
If your PC fails to meet the recommended system requirements for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, you should use a reduced settings profile for graphics related features , because higher settings will increase the workload for your PC, which may even lead to game crash issue.
Here are the system requirements for Ghost Recon Breakpoint:
Minimum – Low Setting | 1080p
- OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 1200/Intel Core I5 4460
- GPU: AMD Radeon R9 280X/Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 (4 GB)
Recommended – High Setting | 1080p
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600/Intel Core I7 6700K
- GPU: AMD RADEON RX 480 8 GB/Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 (6 GB)
Ultra – Ultra Setting | 1080p
- OS: Windows 10
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700X/Intel Core I7 6700K
- GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT/Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080
Ultra 2K – Ultra Setting | 2K
- GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT/Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080Ti
Elite – Ultra Setting | 4K
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X/Intel Core I7 7700K
- GPU: AMD Radeon VII/Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080
Fix 7: Reinstall the game
If none of the fixes works for you, it’s time to reinstall the game. Usually after reinstalling, you should be able to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint smoothly.
Hopefully, one of the fixes above helped you fix the Ghost Recon Breakpoint crash issue on your PC. If you have any questions or suggestions on this issue, you’re more than welcome to leave a comment below. Thanks for reading.
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Originally posted by Clerericus : the constant crashing is because Ubi not giving any option to choose DX11, instead it instantly chooses vulkan, which have more problems then what it solves. The workaround is there in the forum already there are 3 ways you can do it The first one 1. Right Click on your game 2. Go to Properties 3. Set Launch Options... 4. Enter this command below "FULL PATH TO GAME.EXE" %command% E.g. "G:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Ghost Recon Breakpoint\GRB.exe" %command% The second one 1. Rename "GRB_Vulkan.exe" to "GRB_vulkan.exe.old" 2. Rename "GRB.exe" to "GRB_Vulkan.exe" This should fool steam into using DX11 instead of Vulkan. and the third one is using a third party app called Steamedit, which you can found in google.
Originally posted by Sailorclaw : Thz for this is working for me now
Originally posted by Fruit Man : My game crashes all the time even though I have 0 problems running the game itself. I have a 3060ti and an i9 11900k. Anyone have a fix?
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- RADIX 2 HD Flight Controller Manual
This manual is for the RADIX 2 HD flight controller released in 2023. The RADIX 2 HD is an evolution of the legendary RADIX 2 flight controller . It uses the same blazing fast H7 processor and BMI270 gyro delivering unparalleled flight performance. With a plug-and-play connector for HD systems and dual 4-in-1 ESC connectors, the RADIX 2 HD is the best choice for building advanced FPV drones such as X8 cinelifters.
NOTE: If something is missing or unclear, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]. We are happy to help!
The Quick Reference is also included as a card with the RADIX 2 HD. It shows the pinout of the connectors for connecting the ESC’s, the HD system connector, and how to connect an RC receiver. Make sure to read the “Powering and Voltage Measurement” section on the second page.
Pinout and Details
The diagram below shows the complete pinout of the RADIX 2 HD and the location of important components, such as the gyro, the barometer, and the “PWR:VBAT” jumper.
The RADIX 2 HD uses the BrainFPV bootloader for easy updating of the installed firmware. When the flight controller is in bootloader mode, it will appear as an external drive when connected to a computer and the firmware is updated by simply copying the firmware file to the drive. This has the advantage that no special drivers are needed for updating the firmware. See here for more details. Download firmware from here .
To get notified when a new firmware version is available, make sure to subscribe to the firmware update mailing list using the form below.
Install the RADIX 2 HD in your Drone
Before installing the RADIX 2 HD in your drone, insert the white silicone grommets that are included into each of the mounting holes in the corners. The long side of the grommet should face downwards (opposite side of the connectors).
When installing the RADIX 2 HD in your drone, make sure the orientation is correct. I.e., the connectors should face upwards and the small white arrow in the front / center of the flight controller should point in the forward flight direction, as shown below. Note that it is possible to install the flight controller in a different orientation, but you will need to configure the orientation of the flight controller in Betaflight / INAV if you do so.
Also make sure you have adequate spacing between the carbon frame and the 4-in-1 ESC, and the 4-in-1 ESC and the RADIX 2 HD. If you have sufficient vertical space, we recommend adding additional nylon nuts between the components, as shown below. Without the additional nylon nuts, it is more likely that components get damaged during a crash when the silicone grommets get compressed and the 4-in-1 ESC touches the carbon frame or the RADIX 2 HD.
Connect 4-in-1 ESC
The RADIX 2 HD is compatible with all 4-in-1 ESC’s (electronic speed controllers) currently on the market. The included cable kit allows you to make a custom cable that will work with most 4-in-1 ESC’s. Refer to the RADIX 2 4-in-1 ESC connection manual for how to connect the RADIX 2 HD to your 4-in-1 ESC.
Connect RC Receiver
The RADIX 2 HD flight controller can be used with a large number of different RC receivers. Pretty much any serial receiver is supported. Older PPM and PWM receivers are not supported. Below you find instructions on how to connect the most commonly used receivers.
TBS Crossfire Receiver
The Team BlackSheep (TBS) Crossfire system is a popular long-range system that operates on the 915 MHz / 868 MHz frequency band. When using a Crossfire receiver with the RADIX 2 HD, connect it as shown in the diagram below.
- Ground (GND): Connect to GND pad of RADIX 2 HD.
- Power: Connect to + pad next to RX3 of the RADIX 2 HD. This is a special 5 V pad that is also powered when your RADIX 2 HD is connected to USB. So you can configure your transmitter without connecting the battery to your drone.
- CH 1 : Connect this wire to RX3 (UART3 RX) . Make sure to set this output to CRSF TX when configuring the Crossfire system.
- CH 2 : Connect this wire to TX3 (UART3 TX) . Make sure to set this output to CRSF RX when configuring the Crossfire system.
You can either wire the Nano Rx to the RADIX 2 HD, or use the pins included with the Nano Rx to stack it on top and secure it using double sided tape. The Crossfire Diversity Nano Rx is connected the same way .
Note: If you are using the backup battery functionality of the Diversity Nano Rx, it will draw more current than a normal receiver when it is charging the battery. This may cause problems when the RADIX 2 HD is powered from USB, as your computer may disconnect the device if it draws too much current. In this case, you can power the receiver from a regular 5 V pad of the RADIX 2 HD.
TBS Tracer Receiver
The Team BlackSheep (TBS) Tracer system is a medium to long-range RC system operating on the 2.4 GHz band. The way it connects to the RADIX 2 HD and configuration of the is identical to the Crossfire receiver shown above.
ExpressLRS is a popular open source long range RC system. There are a wide variety of receivers from multiple manufacturers available. The ExpressLRS receivers use the CRSF protocol like the TBS Crossfire system. The wiring and configuration is identical to the Crossfire receiver shown above.
Immersion RC Ghost Receiver
The Immersion RC Ghost system is a medium to long-range RC system operating on the 2.4 GHz band. The receivers can use different protocols. The preferred protocol is GHST which is supported by both Betaflight and INAV. Wire the receiver as shown below. Note that the signal wire connects to the TX3 pad of the RADIX 2 HD, not to the RX3 pad. Alternatively, the Ghost receivers can also use the SRXL-2 or SBUS protocol.
FrSky S.Bus / S.Port Receiver
The diagram below shows how to connect a FrSky S.Bus receiver to the RADIX 2 HD. The S.Bus wire carries the RC data and needs to be connected to RX3. Some FrSky receivers also have an S.Port wire / pad for telemetry information that allows it to send battery voltage, current draw, etc. back to your RC receiver. If your receiver features S.Port, connect it to TX6 on the bottom of the RADIX 2 HD . Note that you can also use a different TX pad of an unused UART (not RX3, as UART3 is used for S.Bus).
FrSky FPort Receiver
FrSky FPort is a receiver protocol that uses a single wire for both RC data sent to the flight controller and telemetry data sent back to your RC transmitter. The FPort signal needs to be connected to the TX3 pad of the the RADIX 2 HD, as shown below.
Make sure to set the receiver protocol to FPort and enter the following in the Betaflight command line (CLI) to make it work:
set serialrx_halfduplex = ON set serialrx_inverted = ON save
Spektrum DSM Receiver
If you use a Spektrum DSM or DSMX satellite receiver, connect it as shown below. Unlike pretty much every other receiver on the planet, the satellite receivers need to be powered using 3.3 V instead of 5 V, so make sure to connect the orange wire to the 3.3 V pad on the bottom of the RADIX 2 HD.
Spektrum SRXL / SRXL-2 Receiver
Some newer Spektrum receivers support the SRXL or SRXL-2 protocol and they can be powered from 5 V (amazing!). This RC protocol uses a single wire for both RC data and telemetry. The serial wire needs to be connected to the TX3 pad, as shown below.
Connect Digital (HD) FPV System
The RADIX 2 HD is designed to be compatible with all digital FPV systems currently on the market. It has a built-in 9 V / 2 A regulator to power the digital FPV system. Note that the 9 V output voltage will be about 1.5 V less than the battery voltage if the battery voltage drops below 10.5 V. If you use a 2S battery, we therefore recommend powering the HD system directly from the battery, as the output voltage from the 9 V regulator may be too low when the battery is fully discharged.
The HD system is connected to the RADIX 2 HD using the 6-pin connector at the back of the flight controller. The pinout of the connector is as follows (the color corresponds to the color of the cable included with the RADIX 2 HD):
- 9 V : Voltage to power the HD system. The voltage regulator can deliver up to 2 A.
- Ground (GND) : Ground connection.
- TX1 : Serial data output (UART1 TX) for sending data to the HD system.
- RX1 (white): Serial data input (UART1 RX) for receiving data from the HD system.
- RX7 (white): Serial data input (UART7 RX) for RC receiver connection (only supported by some HD systems).
One problem with HD system is that they can get very hot when on the ground due to the lack of cooling from air flow. To prevent this, the RADIX 2 HD has a built-in “HD system pit switch” that allows you power off the HD system completely by turning off the 9 V regulator using a switch on your RC transmitter. To do so, configure the “USER1” switch in Betaflight / INAV as shown below.
Below we provide more details on how to connect some of the most popular FPV systems currently on the market.
DJI O3 Air Unit
The DJI O3 Air Unit is the latest generation air unit for the DJI digital FPV system. The O3 Air Unit can be directly connected to the RADIX 2 HD using the cable that is included with the O3 Air Unit as shown below. Note that the cable colors correspond the colors of the cable included with the O3 Air Unit.
The O3 Air unit also provides RC receiver functionality when used with the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2. To use this feature, configure the RC receiver port to be UART7 in Betaflight / INAV and set the RC receiver protocol to SBUS.
DJI Air Unit
The DJI Air Unit was the air unit for the first generation DJI FPV system. It was later manufactured by Caddx and RunCam. The most recent versions have a cable included that can be directly connected to the RADIX 2 HD. Connect it to the RADIX 2 HD as shown below.
Note that the cable colors correspond to the colors of the cable included with the Air Unit sold in the BrainFPV shop , so the colors may be different for the cable you use. Just make sure that the wires connect 1:1, i.e., pin 1 goes to pin 1, pin 2 to pin 2, etc. As shown below.
HDZero Freestyle VTX
The HDZero system is a digital FPV system that has a lower latency than the DJI system and parts of the system are open source . HDZero offers a number of different video transmitters (VTX) for their system. How to connect the HDZero Freestyle VTX is shown below.
The VTX comes with a cable for the 5-pin “Power/UART Connector” connector of the VTX. Use this cable with the 6-pin cable that is included with the RADIX 2 HD to make a custom cable to connect the two. Note that only pins 1 to 4 of the HD connector of the RADIX 2 HD are used. The other 2 wires have been removed. The blue “Smart Audio” wire of the VTX can be connected to a UART TX pin of the RADIX 2 HD, e.g., TX6 on the bottom. Doing so lets you change the video transmitter frequency and power levels using “Smart Audio”.
Other HD Systems
There are a number of different digital (HD) FPV systems on the market that are not (yet) listed here. If your system is not listed, it will work as long as it can be powered from 9 V and it does not draw more than 2 A of current. To connect it, use the pinout of the 6-pin HD connector of the RADIX 2 HD at the start of this section together with the manual of your HD system. Typically, you will need 4 wires to connect it. I.e., the 9 V and ground (GND) connection and 2 serial wires (TX and RX) for sending on-screen display (OSD) and other data to the HD system.
Connect GPS Receiver
You can connect a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver to the RADIX 2 HD. Having a GPS on board allows you to see the coordinates of your location in the OSD (very useful for finding your drone after a crash) and you can display the ground speed as well. In addition, you can use “GPS Rescue Mode” with Betaflight or Return-to-Home (RTH) with INAV for autonomously flying the drone back to you if for example the video malfunctions or if you lose connection between your RC transmitter and receiver. Note that this functionality is considered somewhat experimental and you should only rely on it after you have tested it several times and you are sure it works reliably.
We recommend using the BrainFPV GPS , but any module with a uBlox chipset will work. Most GPS receivers need to be powered from 5 V and need to be connected to a serial port (UART RX / TX pair) of the RADIX 2 HD. The diagram below shows two options for how to connect the GPS:
- The GPS is connected to UART6 and powered from the receiver 5 V / GND pads (“+” and GND) : By using the receiver 5 V pads, the GPS will also be powered when USB power is connected to the RADIX 2 HD. This can be convenient as it allows you to get a GPS lock without having to connect the battery by connecting a USB power bank to the RADIX 2 HD. Note that you will need to connect both the receiver and the GPS 5 V and GND wires to the same pair of pads of the RADIX 2 HD.
- The GPS is connected to UART2 and powered from regular 5 V : When using a regular 5 V pad to power the GPS, it will only be powered when the battery is connected to your drone.
Note that you can use any otherwise unused RX/TX pair (UART) to connect the GPS. UART6 and UART2 are just used as examples here.
Some GPS receivers also have an integrated magnetometer (compass). To use it, the compass needs to be supported by the firmware you are using. The SCL and SDA pads or wires of the GPS are the I2C bus that is used for the magnetometer data, they need to be connected to the SCL and SDA pads of the RADIX 2 HD (don’t cross the wires, i.e., connect SCL to SCL and SDA to SDA). Note that a compass is required for Return-to-Home (RTH) and other autonomous navigation capabilities with INAV, but is not needed when using “GPS Rescue Mode” with Betaflight.
You can connect a 5 V buzzer to the RADIX 2 HD. The buzzer is useful for indicating warnings and also for locating your drone when you crash in tall grass etc. Any DC (direct current) 5 V buzzer should will work. The current drawn by the buzzer should be less than 200 mA, which should be the case for pretty much every buzzer sold for drones. Note that modern ESC’s can use the motors to buzz, which is maybe not as loud as an actual buzzer, but loud enough for locating your drone. So installing a buzzer is optional, as long as you setup the motors to be used as buzzer, or if you don’t want a buzzer at all and risk losing your precious drone ;).
If you use a buzzer, wire it as follows shown below. The buzzer + pad needs to be connected to a 5 V pad on the flight controller. The buzzer – pad to the BZ- pad. When the buzzer is activated, the flight controller ties the BZ- to ground using a FET, which activates the buzzer.
Its is possible to connect servos to the RADIX 2 HD, which allows you to for example tilt the FPV camera during flight. If you use a quadcopter or hexacopter, you can use the outputs S7 and S8 for servos. If you use an octocopter, you can re-configure the UART6 pins (TX6 and RX6) to be used for servos.
Configure Servos in Betaflight
When using Betaflight, enable the “SERVO TILT” feature to use servos. After that, you need to remap the outputs using the CLI commands below.
To use outputs S7 and S8 for servos, use the following CLI commands:
resource MOTOR 7 NONE resource SERVO 1 D13 resource MOTOR 8 NONE resource SERVO 2 D14 save
If you are building an octocopter and you are already using S7 and S8 for motors, you can use the TX6 and and RX6 pins for servos instead:
resource SERIAL_TX 6 NONE resource SERVO 1 C06 resource SERIAL_RX 6 NONE resource SERVO 2 C07 save
Configure Servos in INAV
When using INAV, no CLI commands are needed. When you are building a multi-rotor and add a servo to the mixer, it will automatically use S7 for the first servo if you use fewer than 8 motors, or TX6 if you are building an octocopter.
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