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HRLP!,Frame Rate has dropped to 4.2

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I read so many nice comments about upgrading to Win 10 Pro v2004 and it's effect on P3D v4.5 that I did the upgrade. I am so disappointed and absolutely frustrated. When I loaded up P3Dv4.5  to test So far not so good. My FPS dropped down to 4.2 . I haven't been able to get them back up. It is impossible to fly at 4 FPS. My computer is not a slouch, check my signature. So I reverted back to v1909. The frame rates are still at 4.X.  So then I tried reinstalling P3D v4.5. That didn't do any good either.  Anyone else having this problem?  I have reduced my graphics settings to default and even lower. This made no difference.  At this point I don't know if this is a Windows problem or a P3D v4.5 problem. I also have FSX Steam Editions so while I had v2004 loaded I tried it and it was working as it should, frame rates normal. After I went back to v1909 I tried FSX again, still good. I desperately need some advice on how to resolve this problem. P3D v4.5 was working great before I did the Windows upgrade. I have also checked my GPU drivers and they are up to date.:banghead:


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Do you use outside tweaking tools and settings if so have you removed them.

As a last resort check your Windows restore point it should have created one for this update. 

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3 hours ago, BigT65 said:

I read so many nice comments about upgrading to Win 10 Pro v2004 and it's effect on P3D v4.5 that I did the upgrade. I am so disappointed and absolutely frustrated. When I loaded up P3Dv4.5  to test So far not so good. My FPS dropped down to 4.2 . I haven't been able to get them back up. It is impossible to fly at 4 FPS. My computer is not a slouch, check my signature. So I reverted back to v1909. The frame rates are still at 4.X.  So then I tried reinstalling P3D v4.5. That didn't do any good either.  Anyone else having this problem?

This link help?

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/directx/demystifying-full-screen-optimizations/

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Delete your P3D.cfg file and have P3D make a new one

if that does not help reinstall :

- motherboard Inf drivers

if that does not help reinstall :

- graphics card drivers ( uninstall with DDU first )

 

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