After a few emails back and forth with PMDG, they cut me off and told me that it wasn't their product's fault that FSX was crashing.
I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure after analyzing the Flytampa Grenadines files structure that it was the PMDG MD-11 that destroyed my FSX and prevents it from loading. Flytampa Grenadines has only a basic scenery file structure, there are no core modifications. If you screw that up, FSX just won't load it and will give you an error upon loadup, saying that it can't find the textures. PMDG's only idea was to uninstall the MD-11 and delete the FSX.CFG and DLL.XML, then try everything again.
I just finished running the FSX repair function, and I get the error even faster now.
I'm assuming unless one of our SOH wizards has any last-minute saves for me, that my last option is a complete reinstall. For the last few days I've been gathering passwords and registration keys from around my computer, but we're talking about years and years of flawless FSX and hundreds of payware products. Surely I won't be able to come by all of it, and I'm hoping as much as possible can be saved simply by copying folders.
Sure I can back up gauges, textures, effects, sim objects and other stuff. But if there's nothing else I can do I'd like any advice you can give about preserving my modifications as well as possible, especially my most advanced ones that surely aren't as simple as saving folders. Can I keep my logbook?