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How do you fix the Crew error code 0_1?

Published on April 11th, 2022

The crew error code #0_1 means that the aircraft is not properly configured for take-off. This is because the crew has not set the flaps and slats to the correct position for take-off. This can happen if the crew is not familiar with the aircraft, or if they are in a hurry and do not take the time to properly configure the aircraft. If this error code is not corrected, it can lead to a take-off accident.

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1. Restart the computer

  1. Click on the "Start" button and then select "Restart."
  2. Select the "Restart system now" option.
  3. Choose the "Computer" option and then click on the "Restart" button.
  4. Select the "Yes" option when the computer asks if you want to restart the system in Safe Mode.
  5. Choose the "Startup Repair" option and then click on the "Start" button.
  6. Choose the "All Programs" option and then select the "Windows Update" option.
  7. Choose the "Check for updates" option and then click on the "OK" button.
  8. Choose the "Install updates" option and then click on the "OK" button.
  9. Choose the "Install updates" option and then click on the "OK" button.
  10. Choose the "Restart" button and then select the "Yes" option.
  11. Choose the "Windows welcome screen" option and then click on the "Start" button.

2. Check for updates

  1. Open the Update Manager in Control Panel.
  2. In the Update Manager, click on the Check for updates button.
  3. In the Update Manager, click on the Search for updates button.
  4. In the Update Manager, click on the View installed updates button.
  5. In the Update Manager, click on the Check for updates for this computer button.
  6. In the Update Manager, click on the View all updates for this computer button.
  7. In the Update Manager, click on the Install updates button.
  8. In the Update Manager, click on the Select updates to install button.
  9. In the Update Manager, click on the Install updates button.
  10. In the Update Manager, click on the Close button.

3. Uninstall and reinstall the game

  1. Navigate to the game installation folder.
  2. Remove the game executable by right-clicking on it and selecting "Remove".
  3. Copy the game's "bin" folder to the game installation folder.
  4. Paste the game's "bin" folder back into the game installation folder.
  5. Rename the game executable to "game.exe".
  6. Launch the game by double-clicking on the game.exe.
  7. If prompted, enter the game's activation code.
  8. If the game fails to launch, please follow the instructions below for each platform.
  9. If the game launches successfully, please follow the instructions below for each platform.
  10. If the game fails to launch after following the instructions below for each platform, please contact Customer Support.
  11. Uninstall the game by right-clicking on the game's executable and selecting "Uninstall".
  12. Reinstall the game by right-clicking on the game's executable and selecting "Reinstall".
  13. Launch the game by double-clicking on the game.exe.
  14. If prompted, enter the game's activation code.
  15. If the game fails to launch, please follow the instructions below for each platform.
  16. If the game launches successfully, please follow the instructions below for each platform.
  17. If the game fails to launch after following the instructions below for each platform, please contact Customer Support.

4. Verify the game files

  1. Navigate to the game install directory (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4)
  2. Open "Fallout4.ini"
  3. Look for the "bInvalidateOlderFiles" value and change it to "1"
  4. Save the "Fallout4.ini" file and close it
  5. Launch the game and verify that the crew error code has been resolved

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Delete the game files and reinstall the game.
  2. Contact the game developer.