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hi

i got pr3d v2.2 installed. but ground textures are all transparent, i can only view runway textures right.

any ideas ?

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my issue is something like that for those who want visual proof  :( please help me get textures visible on my p3d

 

p3d_LOWI.png

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That is kinda cool!!

 

You might list your hardware, in the hopes someone can help. It just looks like there is no time for textures to be drawn.

 

Using Shift-Z, what are the FPS being shown at?

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My hardware is as follows:

 

CPU : InterCore i7 Q740 4 Cores 8 LP

GPU : GeForce GTS 360M 1GB with DirectX 11.

RAM : 8 GB

OS: Win 7 64-bit

CPU freq: 2.33 GHz

 

I get fsp at around 20-30, not bad.

 

What a pity ! i cannot enjoy the marvelous cloud shadows ... please someone help !!!

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I think you may be under zero elevation.  If you slew upwards does the ground textures come back?  If so then it may be your runway/airport is at a different/connflicting elevation.  Just a thought.


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+1 with what clutch said. Or maybe your hardware(gpu) is not up to the task, is another possibility.

Sorry that I can't be of more help. I do hope you get it sorted out, as P3dv2 is an amazing piece of software, and everyone deserves a chance to enjoy it to it's fullest.

  regards, Craig.

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I think you may be under zero elevation.  If you slew upwards does the ground textures come back?  If so then it may be your runway/airport is at a different/connflicting elevation.  Just a thought.

It happens at each and every airport/runway I start. I am right on the surface not under zero elevation.

I guess my GPU has trouble handling the textures...so annoying to slowly find out that your so-called high-end laptop cannot handle P3Dv2. 

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Which gpu in your laptop, is being used by P3D? (ie; integrated graphics card built in to the mobo, or a dedicated nvidia/amd gpu?)

The integrated gpu's are rather weak, and will limit performance in P3d.

  regards, Jazz

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I did a little bit of looking at the gpu and unfortunately it is not high end at all.  It only has 96 cuda cores, which compares to a GT 530.  Sorry, but not nearly enough horsepower for P3D or many other simulations or games.

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A GeForce GTS 360M 1GB with DirectX 11.That's for sure a low end GPU.

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