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Setup of FS9 on new(er) computer

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Hello, group.


I am begging for some help here from those of you that are much more knowledgeable than I on this matter.


I am setting up a new(er) computer for myself and right now my FS9 looks like complete crap.  I am trying to add a picture here to show but can't figure out how to do it.  I know I've done it before but I can't seem to do it now.  Perhaps someone can help with that as well.


I am basically in jaggy hell and am trying to get out of it.  I have modified a few things in the NVIDIA Control Panel to try and match what I used to use with nHancer long ago but nothing seems to be working.


The system is a Core 2 Duo 3Ghz w/6GB of RAM running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit with an NVIDIA GTX 750.


If someone can first remind me how to post a screen shot I can do that to show you what I'm dealing with.  After that I'm REALLY hoping the group can get me on track here.


Thank you very very much!

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Download nvidia inspector ( is the latest i believe.


Follow the instructions from this post


Turn off AA from within FS9.


I have been running an ATI/AMD 5850 for a number of years and have just switched to a GTX770. After using nvidia inspector to set it up for FS9,  the difference is astounding. No jaggies !

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I found a setting in the NVIDA Control Panel that says Antialiasing - FXAA.  That was off.  I turned that on and it changed everything.  There are still a few jaggies on the edges of aircraft but SO much of a difference.


What is that exactly?

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