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I am at a loss. Uninstalled. Reinstalled. Deleted shaders. Graphics drivers are good.  Any thoughts or help?

 

Thanks in advance.


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Check your not in Dx10 mode by mistake.  If you have steves fixer you could try running  a scan


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Sorry, this is prepar3d v2.5. Should have mentioned that

 

Check your not in Dx10 mode by mistake.  If you have steves fixer you could try running  a scan


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Change your oil and filters, pollution is a bad think!!  :lol:


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Do you have the latest FSUIPC installed? I had the same issue and found a thread mentioning that the Immersion package requires FSUIPC to work. I installed the latest version which fixed the black smoke.


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I don't use FSUPIC .. and I don't have any problem ..hmm 


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I don't use FSUPIC .. and I don't have any problem ..hmm 

 

You will not see Wing condensation and other humidity-related stuff without FSUIPC

 

 

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I am at a loss. Uninstalled. Reinstalled. Deleted shaders. Graphics drivers are good.  Any thoughts or help?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

There seems to be an error in your current Prepar3D installation. These effects are using a default FSX/P3D texture file called fx_1.bmp in your /effects/texture/ folder. It probably was deleted by mistake by you or another application. Since this file doesn't come with our installer, I may suggest repairing P3D or reinstalling it. You might also ask a friend to send you the file but other files might also be missing in your sim.

 

Hope this answers the issue!

Let me know if you get to fix it!


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I dont know the workings of P3d but if you have a p3d.cfg then wipe it and start again maybe?


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I have FSUIPC Registered.  I will repair the installation and see how it goes. I'll report back.


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After all efforts were exhausted. A full reinstall was required.


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