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Black clouds! No luck in fixing!

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Good evening,

 

I have a problem with black clouds that i hope you guys can help me with.
As you can see i have big black clouds.

I am using PTA 2.0 with Pedrag's preset, ENVTEX, AS16 and REX Soft Clouds.

I have searched around, and i've tried to delete the content in /AppData/LockheedMartin/Local/Prepar3d/Shaders, and i have also replaced the ShadersHLSL with the original folder wthout luck.
Any suggestions? Anyone know the solution for this?

Greatly appreciated!


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Hello Norwegian

 

I'm pretty sure you have a Corrupt ShadersHLSL folders 

 

 


and i have also replaced the ShadersHLSL with the original folder wthout luck

 

Are you sure this ShadersHLSL folder was good ? (Not corrupt) 

 

 

(1) Go to your Prepar3D v3 Install Location and Delete your ShadersHLSL folder 

 

(2) Go to your Prepar3D download folder,  Right Click on Install_Client.msi and Click Repair

 

(3) Delete your Shaders folder found here  Local Disk (C:) ► Users ► you ► AppData ► Local ► Lockheed Martin ► Prepar3D ► Shaders

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Hello Norwegian

 

I'm pretty sure you have a Corrupt ShadersHLSL folders 

 

 

 

Are you sure this ShadersHLSL folder was good ? (Not corrupt) 

 

 

(1) Go to your Prepar3D v3 Install Location and Delete your ShadersHLSL folder 

 

(2) Go to your Prepar3D download folder,  Right Click on Install_Client.msi and Click Repair

 

(3) Delete your Shaders folder found here  Local Disk (C:) ► Users ► you ► AppData ► Local ► Lockheed Martin ► Prepar3D ► Shaders

Thanks! Problem solved!

On a side note, deleting the ShadersHLSL folder completely made P3D not start. Had to put in the original again, but anyways, problem solved! Thanks again!

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On a side note, deleting the ShadersHLSL folder completely made P3D not start. Had to put in the original again, but anyways, problem solved! Thanks again!

 

That's expected behavior. That's why you must run the repair first else P3D will not start.

 

Glad Elaine got you squared away!

 

Vic

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