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Strange problem with blurry texture

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Hi

I notice strange problem with blurry textures.

For example every time I'm performing flight from EDDF to LDZA I have problems with blurry texture at specific point.

If I fly on opposite direction from LDZA to EDDF this phenomena does not occurs.

Strange, when this happens, VAS usage is not abnormal.

If I continue flight and try to land to LDZA (this start to happens maybe 80nm from LDZA) I will have effects like elevation on ldza is not good. Ground and rwy texture mixed.

But If I reload scenery during flight (when blurry texture start to appear), then for rest of the flight , textures are crisp and I don't have problems with elevation.

This blurry texture happens with Aerosoft A319 and iFly, but don't happens with Q400 Majestic.

I reinstalled FTX Global 1.30 and LC Europe but same problem.

Any advice.

Thanks

 

Edin

 

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Hi

Just for others with same problem.

I performed full defragmentation and no blurries .

Back to normal

Brgds

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I performed full defragmentation and no blurries .

 

Stuff like that should be automated. I've never done any manual defragging in almost 10 years, it's all completely automated, plus it's only done when the machine is on idle. Doing a manual defrag is so '90's :lazy:

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Hi

Yes this is the option, but I'm performing full access/name method (O&O Defrag).

It takes around 8 hours.It guarantees maximum system performance.

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Hi

Yes this is the option, but I'm performing full access/name method (O&O Defrag).

It takes around 8 hours.It guarantees maximum system performance.

 

 

SSD + P3D 2.4 = All your problems pretty much gone

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SSD + P3D 2.4 = All your problems pretty much gone

That's a pretty broad blanket statement. Don't think P3D is quite yet the be all end all sim that will solve everyone's performance or crash problems they may experience in FSX, especially if their hardware is not up to spec to make P3D shine.

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