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I've been playing around with some settings  for Prepar3D v3 and downloaded a profile set and imported into Inspector under the Prepar3D profile. Now that I have saved and applied the settings in Inspector, what happens now? Do I need to run Inspector load the profile and close it to the taskbar, then start Prepar3D or does it automatically start when I ran Prepar3D.

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steve

 

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Once the profile is loaded (Appy Changes in NI) the settins stick. No need for anything , just run P3D. If you replacre the Nvidia driver you will have to reapply the settings ..

 

Jorge

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3 hours ago, aeronauta said:

Once the profile is loaded (Appy Changes in NI) the settins stick. No need for anything , just run P3D. If you replacre the Nvidia driver you will have to reapply the settings ..

Also any changes you subsequently make in the NV Control Panel will also appear in NI.

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So do I then close inspector and the profile is loaded in the background when Prepar3d is run or do I have to start Inspector, minimize it to the taskbar then run prepar3D

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No need to start inspector at all unless you want to change something, Inspector will change your selected settings into the Nvidia driver  and they will stay there until as I said you change your driver or your settings (via NVCP or NVI)..

 

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1 hour ago, aeronauta said:

No need to start inspector at all unless you want to change something, Inspector will change your selected settings into the Nvidia driver  and they will stay there until as I said you change your driver or your settings (via NVCP or NVI)..

 

Jorge

Thanks Jorge I was confused how Inspector interacted with Prepar3D

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