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Microstuttering every 10 seconds, FS9 + ASA

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Hey folks -I've got Real Environment X (Fs9), ASA, and Flight Sim 9.If I load up ASA, then start FS9, and fly, every ten seconds during the flight, theres about 1-2 seconds of microstuttering. Its very distracting. As soon as I shut down ASA, the stuttering is gone.What settings can I look at that might be causing this?Thanks,LS

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Hi Luke,Set ASA to run on your second core and see if that helps.

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Hi,I am not an expert on this because I have a single core system, but if you use Windows Task Manager and on the Processes tab, highlight the .exe and right mouse click on it and one of the options is Affinity and you set it there. Using this method you need to do this each time you run AS, though there may be utilities out there that automatically set things up.

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How do you tell asa to run on a certain core. Thanksanthony
Look for a freeware program called THG Task Assignment Manager - you can assign specific cores to specific programs. You need to run THG each time before you start the other program.Vic

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I tried your tip to set affinity for asa, but I get and Access Denied Error. Any ideas. Thank You,anthony

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Hi,Are you logged into Windows under the Administrator account?

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Hi,Go to Control Panel--User Accounts and see if your account is set to Computer administrator.

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Thanks for the tutorial about how to set affinity. I just figured it out. I wonder if there is anything else I can do with the set affinity options.Thank Youanthony

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Look for a freeware program called THG Task Assignment Manager - you can assign specific cores to specific programs. You need to run THG each time before you start the other program.Vic
VicQuick question. I have a dual core processor and THG gives me a choice of core 0 and core 1. Can I presume that FS9 will be running on 0 and, therefore, to set ASA on 1. Or is it the other way round?

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