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Hi all I seem to have a display problem in fs2002 pro.My aircraft cockpit panels intermittently fade in and out a purple colour.I first noticed this happening when the atc panel was open, when flying the default 747, but is now happening in all aircraft at different times, well most of the time. I can open the atc panel and close it again and the display will return to normal for a while, then will start fading in and out purple again, I can still see all the instruments but find this situation very irritating.My system is a AMD 1700xp, Leadtek GF3Ti200, 512ddr Asus 266ddr M/BIBM 40gb SBLIVE DE.I would be grateful If anyone can helpThanks 1mmc:)

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Hi 1MMC, It is a graphics card driver issue, are you running in 16bit mode? If you run the sim in 32bit mode you should find the problem goes away. Alternatively you could go to www.guru3d.com and try some earlier drivers for your geforce3 card which may solve your problem in 16bit mode. However my recommdation is to run in 32bit mode, the sim looks better that way anyway. Hope this helps, Steve

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>Hi 1MMC, > It is a graphics card driver issue, are you running >in 16bit mode? If you run the sim in 32bit mode you should >find the problem goes away. Alternatively you could go to >www.guru3d.com and try some earlier drivers for your >geforce3 card which may solve your problem in 16bit mode. >However my recommdation is to run in 32bit mode, the sim >looks better that way anyway. >> Hope this helps, > Steve Hi Steve I was running in 16bit mode, Changed to 32bit and now all is Just FineThanks heaps.Michael

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Thanks Francois for your Help.The problem was fixed by changing from 16bit colour depth to 32bit.Solution supplied Steve another Great Avsim simmer:-)

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