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I would like to share a few tips I have found to take some load off of the CPU with regards to the panel.- Do not enter long distance way points during your initial programming of the FMC, update them once airborne.- Keep TCAS off until airborne.- Keep the map range between 5-100 miles.- Keep all navaids (airports, waypoints etc.) off on the Nav display.If you have any other tips please help us all enjoy our flight simming experience more by sharing your suggestions.Have a good day,Alex

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Did this help anyone?? Just curious. :-)Alex

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Alex,As a Vista/FSX/ASX user (fool?), I have found that by exiting all the applications shown on my toolbar (bottom right) I get 'acceptable' frame rates from my PC. I do not yet use any FSX Sceneries.However, problems with major en-route wind changes caused by FSX make flying the B744 at present a major trial. Without any weather, flying gets to be quite boring!Cheers, R


Cheers, Richard

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Pete Dowson, with his excellent utility FSUIPC, is trying hard these days to make sure that the extreme wind changes that FSX exhibits are a thing of the past.Please visit his forum here:http://forums.simflight.com/viewforum.php?f=54That way, you can also help out in fixing this problem that's been plaguing FSX since its release.


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