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Prepar3d v4.1 Black Screen problem

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Hello everyone,

So when I got back from work today I loaded up p3d as usual but when clicking on Select Aircraft both of my MOnitors temporarily went black, the kind of going black it does when you Install the Nvidia GeForce drivers (Mine are up to date). Then It let me select the plane altough the Box normally showing the Plane was black, so I selected and Airport and started my Flight. It was loading normally got to 100% and then just closed. I do not know why that is at all, P3D was woorkign absoloutely fine yesterday and I did not change anything since then. I have tried deleting the prepar3d.cfg which did not change anything and also changed the Add On folders name so it would create a new one also did not do anything. Do any of you have any ideas, System specs are below if needed,

 

Intel I9-7900X

Asus Prime X299 Deluxe motherboartd

Asus ROG GTX 1080ti

32 GB Trident Z Ram 3200 Mhz

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Hey No1Cheats....

Welcome to the Forum.  Interesting forum name that will be sure to get you some flak.  Could be either viewed as Number 1 cheats or you substitute the 1 for one and it becomes No one cheats.  Either way not the best name choice given the environment here. Hehe

I'd say check your shaders as they may have become corrupt.  Best to just delete them and let them regenerate on opening P3d.

Search the forums for "shaders" and you should find how to properly do it.

Also the Prepard  support forums would be a good place to register and look around for an answer.

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6 minutes ago, Steve Dra said:

Hey No1Cheats....

Welcome to the Forum.  Interesting forum name that will be sure to get you some flak.  Could be either viewed as Number 1 cheats or you substitute the 1 for one and it becomes No one cheats.  Either way not the best name choice given the environment here. Hehe

I'd say check your shaders as they may have become corrupt.  Best to just delete them and let them regenerate on opening P3d.

Search the forums for "shaders" and you should find how to properly do it.

Also the Prepard  support forums would be a good place to register and look around for an answer.

Hello Steve,

 

Thanks for the quick answer, and my Name was originally mean as No1. Cheats so the best cheats when I wanted to create a website years and years ago but I always kept the username haha, anyways to my problem i tried that and sadly it did not change anything. Still the Same issue i'll give the p3d forum a try though.

 

Thanks,

Jan

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I can actually report that I managed to fix the issue, I can't say for sure what the fix was because I tried many things but It was a combination of deleting files and letting them rebuild and disabling some add-ons not sure yet who was the main culprit.

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