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It must be fixable!

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I have installed the Premier  on two of my computers; at home is my nine month old Dell XPS 8910 3.4 GHz with a GEforce 750 GTX video card running Windows 10. In the office siits my former flight Sim computer an eight-year-old HP Pavilion with a 2.93 GHz processor and a 1 GB video card running Windows 7. I installed the Premier first on the Windows 10 computer and had the screen freeze up (.1 FPS approximately) problem described voluminously elsewhere. Then, just for laughs one afternoon I installed it on the Windows 7 computer now sitting in the office. Guess what? It works perfectly! Unfortunately, I do not typically fly while at work.

But it's frustrating because I know it must be fixable and it must be possible for that airplane to fly on the home computer unless Windows 10 makes it impossible and I know that some people with Windows 10 have it working just fine.

So might anyone have a constructive suggestion as to where I might look for the anomaly? I'm certainly not a coder or a developer but I can find my way around a panel.config file and maybe with a clue for a hint I might be able to root it out. I have no doubt that this can be fixed.

Anybody have any ideas?


Edited by tres2

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