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STAO

A little help?

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Hi people!

I'm new to this forum and simulator, and i'm having a huge issue.. Did a clean install according to instructions on my sons laptop. Only programs on the computer is Windows 10. AVG Anti virus program (Disabled) Everything else was deleted off this computer prior to instalation.

 

My problem is: When starting Prepar3D it starts and comes up with the initial start scene on the runway. After about 10 seconds the page goes black and i get the following message:

This device (AMD Radeon R3 Graphics) stopped working for the following reason: DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE HUNG. Do you want to exit Prepar3D? He has not had any problems running Flight Simulator Steam on this computer.

 

Specs on laptop is: AMD A4-7210 APU, AMD Radeon R3 Graphics card, 1,80 Ghz, 4 GB RAM, Windows 10 64 bit

 

Getting frustrated here as i can not find any solution. Somebody out there that can help?

 

Best regards

STAO

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Hi Johnman and thanks for your reply.

What I still need is an answer on how to go around this problem, if any? He's saving up for a good desktop to run it on, but that's not in the immediate future.

And I know the specs aren't the best on the laptop

 

Regards

STAO

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