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Done with Windows 10 (unfortunately)

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Been on win 10 for awhile now and no problems so far. I don't use the old boxed version of FSX anymore because of all the problems and now use the Steam version with much better stability and results. 

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For me is not really a first love I had many problem on using win 10 in dual boot with the w7 fast start really damaged partition of W7 and even w10 because after boot Checkdisk rebuilt all the SSD and it lock all file etc.

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Using P3D second drama it's with saitek that didn't work well on first the quadrant after update with the SP W10 and installed the original Madcatz they are back to work.

Lately the saitek multipanel with Spad free stop to work and maybe  it's a driver problem.

 

So it's hard to find relaxed to to fly. I am crossing my finger.

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It took me lot of work I don't have any ctd or oom issues on win 7 most of my addons like rc and weather run on a network computer that's why I run win 7 I found my sweet spot in fsx where it runs on 3 gigs of memory,haven't tried fsx se but if I installed addons even tho they'll go to a different folder I'll mess up my configurations in windows like the pmdg installs in windows but I'll try it out with no addons and see how it is

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only saitek rudder pedals and yoke will work in windows 10 for p3d 3. no saitek individual panels or gauges will run. If anyone has got these panels or gauges to work in windows 10 please advise.

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Ya I heard fsx se is more updated I like prepar3d I own ver 1 but I don't feel like starting over my fsx deluxe edition I got it to work nicely with all my addons just had to disable Europe and Alaska scenery's which I'm not using so fsx don't run out of memory I just recently updated fsx with current airac cycle inside fsx not the navigraph now I need to do some flights and see if fsx won't crash lol

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FWIW, I built a new system last month and took a leap of faith and purchased Windows 10. Everything works very well and I'm extremely happy with the OS. 

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That's why. Although generally the nVidia seems a better card for FSX, this problem with win10 looks like its exclusively those running nVidia drivers.

 

I did an in-place upgrade from Win 7 to Win 10, and my FSX-SE had some issues with the menus and other graphical items. I went into nVidia Inspector, deleted the "MS Flight Simulator X" profile, built a new one, and then customized the settings in the new one using the AVSIM guide. It worked great after that. I helped a guy on another forum get his fixed by having him us the device driver uninstaller, DDU from 3Dguru.com. It has the same effect as deleting and rebuilding the FSX profile, as it wipes out all of nVidia  profiles (and everything else nVidia )when you run it. After he installed the latest nVidia  driver (at the time), his FSX worked perfectly. I'm not sure that this is an nVidia 'issue', as in it just doesn't work, or of just an nVidia issue because of a configuration problem (conflict, mismatch, etc...).

 

I've since done a clean installation of Win 10. After getting it set up the way I like, I have to say - I think Win 10 is the best version of Windows ever. Everything that was in Win 7 (I skipped 8.X entirely) is in Win 10, although you might need to dig a little to find it. The new start menu is really nice. I like having the tiles in it. 

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I remember when I was running win 98 was running great for me then win xp came then vista I was still using win 98 till I had to upgrade my graphics card there was no drivers for it so I had to upgrade to vista then windows 7 and that's where I'm at Aaron Mack

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