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I finally updated my Nvidia drivers a couple weeks back, but prior to that I had a version installed that didn't allow the user to delete the FS9 profile in Nhancer, so I had to disable the default profile and create a custom one for FS9 to get AA and AF to work.Now, that I've updated my drivers, the situation in Nhancer looks the same (one disabled, one custom), however, the AA and AF settings don't work. They look fine within Nhancer, but everytime I run the sim I have to Alt-Tab and rerun Nhancer and reclick the AA/AF boxes to get it to work. Do I need to delete the custom profile and make a new one? Are the newer drivers handling this process completely different now?Thanks!

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Chris,Here's what I'd do:1. Download and install Driver Sweeper:http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper2. Uninstall the Nvidia driver through Add/Remove, do NOT restart when it tells you to.3. Run Driver Sweeper, select the "NVIDIA - Display" option, and press Clean.4. Uninstall nHancer and delete its settings folder. (I forget where this is and can't check because I have an ATI card now - just search for "nhancer" and it should come up - you're looking for a folder that has a bunch of saved nvapps.xml files)4. Now reboot and your system will be completely clean of the Nvidia drivers, including the profiles.At that point reinstall the latest Nvidia drivers, reboot, and reinstall the latest nHancer. You should have a totally clean configuration at this point and you can just override the FS9 profile (select the "allow changes to pre-defined profiles" or whatever the option is and it'll create the shadow profile automatically now.)

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I finally updated my Nvidia drivers a couple weeks back, but prior to that I had a version installed that didn't allow the user to delete the FS9 profile in Nhancer, so I had to disable the default profile and create a custom one for FS9 to get AA and AF to work.Now, that I've updated my drivers, the situation in Nhancer looks the same (one disabled, one custom), however, the AA and AF settings don't work. They look fine within Nhancer, but everytime I run the sim I have to Alt-Tab and rerun Nhancer and reclick the AA/AF boxes to get it to work. Do I need to delete the custom profile and make a new one? Are the newer drivers handling this process completely different now?Thanks!
Hey Chris,With the 180.84 (I think) that is the version I am on now I just modify the global profile and the FS profile to match and haven't had any issues at all. What NHancer settings are you using and what is your HW?-PaulNevermind, Ryan was quicker

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Thanks, Ryan. That worked!Paul, I tried it without nHancer as you stated using the 180.48 drivers as global and profile, but it wouldn't work. I had to install the new nHancer for it to even work.I'm on an 8800 GTS 640 by the way.

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Thanks, Ryan. That worked!Paul, I tried it without nHancer as you stated using the 180.48 drivers as global and profile, but it wouldn't work. I had to install the new nHancer for it to even work.I'm on an 8800 GTS 640 by the way.
Sorry Chris,I should have said the default Global and FS9 profile within NHancer! my bad...-Paul

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Sorry Chris,I should have said the default Global and FS9 profile within NHancer! my bad...-Paul
Oh, I follow what you meant now. No biggie. :(

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