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is there anyway to get nhancer to automatically load my selected profile? right now I have to start nhancer before FS9, then it scans for executables, finds FS9, i then select my FS9 profile (ignoring the default one) and then click the "allow manual load" box and then load FS9. I'd like to get it to a point where I can just load up FS9 and have all those settings automatically loaded. Thnx for any ideas...

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is there anyway to get nhancer to automatically load my selected profile? right now I have to start nhancer before FS9, then it scans for executables, finds FS9, i then select my FS9 profile (ignoring the default one) and then click the "allow manual load" box and then load FS9. I'd like to get it to a point where I can just load up FS9 and have all those settings automatically loaded. Thnx for any ideas...
If you've set the profile in nHancer, and it has indeed applied the settings to your profile, there is no need to again start nHancer or have nHancer running when you start FS9. After you have made your settings with nhancer, exit nhancer and start the Nvidia Control Panel, choose your profile for FS9 (under amnage 3d settings) and you should see your applied nHancer settings on the FS9 profile.

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So if I have this right, I do have to start Nhancer at least once whenever I turn the machine on? I was under the impression that it was a set the profile and forget about it program, but for the wonders it works on my graphics having to turn it on manually is not a big deal. Thanks for the help Sargeski!!

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If you've set the profile in nHancer, and it has indeed applied the settings to your profile, there is no need to again start nHancer or have nHancer running when you start FS9. After you have made your settings with nhancer, exit nhancer and start the Nvidia Control Panel, choose your profile for FS9 (under amnage 3d settings) and you should see your applied nHancer settings on the FS9 profile.
Hey Sarg,About the only thing I think I'm getting out of nHancer is the ability to set the prerender limit, since I am using old 169.21 drivers which don't offer this control. I prefer using 4xAA w/ multisampling, so really, does nH offer anything meaningful? Isn't it just another driver interface? All other controls seem present in the nVidia Control Panel.Noel

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Hey Sarg,About the only thing I think I'm getting out of nHancer is the ability to set the prerender limit, since I am using old 169.21 drivers which don't offer this control. I prefer using 4xAA w/ multisampling, so really, does nH offer anything meaningful? Isn't it just another driver interface? All other controls seem present in the nVidia Control Panel.Noel
Slick,You've misunderstood me. You do not need to start nHancer at least once after every time you boot. After your settings have been configured via nHancer you do not need to run nHancer again unless you want to change your settings (run once and forget).Noel,I guess if you prefer using 4xAA w/multi then its of no benefit to you. However the best image quality I have been able to attain in FSX is to use 8xS which is a combined sampling mode which can only be configured via nHancer.

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Slick,You've misunderstood me. You do not need to start nHancer at least once after every time you boot. After your settings have been configured via nHancer you do not need to run nHancer again unless you want to change your settings (run once and forget).Noel,I guess if you prefer using 4xAA w/multi then its of no benefit to you. However the best image quality I have been able to attain in FSX is to use 8xS which is a combined sampling mode which can only be configured via nHancer.
OK, that's what I surmised. Thanks Sarg . . .

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OK, that's what I surmised. Thanks Sarg . . .
Your welcome Noel.BTW are you back in business yet?? (get your mobo back?)

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