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After updating FSX to Acceleration the flights wont open

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hey guyz after.. installing the FSX Acceleration  pack when i set up a free flight the flight wont open but the sounds come.... i have change all graphics setting to ultra high as i am using HD5450 2gb ... pls guyz help me ... i have invested a lot in this game  and i have also selected the PMDG 747 x for the free flight  .. pls help me guyzzz

 

Arkoprovo Joardar

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The AVSIM CTD Guide provides suggestions for fixing problems when fsx wont start up.  Looking at your post though indicates to me you have most if not all of your settings to to the max and that wont work with fsx.

 

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it didnt help but i can tell u that that the flight sim didnt crashed to dekstop it was running with sounds and all other things but it showed the dekstop instead of the simulation pls help guyz

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First try turning your settings down.

 

Your video card has very little to do with what your computer can handle in regards to FSX.

 

FSX is dependent on a fast CPU for high settings.

 

When you start FSX and can't see it, hover your mouse over the FSX icon on the Taskbar. You should then see a thumbnail of FSX, click on it. Now press Alt + Enter.

 

regards,

Joe

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Try moving the logbook.bin to a temporary folder. It's located in MyDocuments/Flight SimulatorX Files.

 

Also moving the CTD Forum. Your sim may not have crashed but you have to shut it down as it won't start up. Same thing.

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