I was starting a flight at KDFW when a pop-up window advised me an updated version of the manager was available. I shut FSX down & downloaded the newest add-on manager from FSDT. When I restarted FSX and selected KDFW, everything, including scenery, loaded fine, for a second. I then got a warning explaining that the add-on engine has stopped working, the airport textures disappeared and at that point the PC went into a hard freeze and nothing responded; an emergency re-boot was the only answer.
Here are the relevant entries in the error log (there were multiple entries but all showing the same thing):
couatl v2.0 (build 2307)
panic log started on Wed Apr 18 15:57:53 2012
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "couatl\GSX\__init__.py", line 425, in onSimStart
File "couatl\common\aircraftData.py", line 778, in getAircraftData
File "couatl\common\aircraftData.py", line 438, in __init__
File "couatl\common\aircraftData.py", line 331, in _exitsFromSimConnect
File "couatl\common\aircraftData.py", line 261, in _exitsFromFsxData
ValueError: need more than 2 values to unpack
Multiple re-downloads & re-installation didn't help. The only thing that did help was to re-install 18.104.22.168 which I still had.
Is there a problem with the update? Thanks.