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Johnny those pics are stunning. What video card are you useing? Because I only have a 16 meg card I can see how much better Fly II can look with a quality video card. The pilatus never looked so good.;-)

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Hi there Steve!I have a Hercules Gforce3 TI500 card with 64mb of ram.The difference from my old gforce2 mx400 with 32mb was like night and day....I've had this GF3 card for about a year and is wery satisfied with it.So I'll bet you'd see a huge improvement if you changed to another card Steve!Johnny"I'LL BE BACK"[div align=center]http://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/josve/zone.jpg ][/div

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Looks awesome!!! I need a new graphic card... I have a Geforce 2 mx400 with 64 mb and have good performance, but a newer card would be great!!! I'll have to look into thatcheers

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Hi Guys:Who is Frank?Where do I find his Scenery?GoodyGoody@cableone.net

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Johnny,I have a 16meg onboard graphics card,its a HP Pavilion system. Can you change the graphics card if it has an onboard one already on?I bought one (64meg) a few months ago but couldnt get the thing to work it kept going back to the onboard card??So I took it back!!!

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Stevie,It *should* be possible to disable the on-board video, but I'm no HP expert.Normally there would be a setting in the bios to disable the on-board items such as sound, video etc.You would (will) see a vast improvement if you get a *proper* video card.Colin

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Thanks ColinLooks like Im going to have to go back in the shop with a mask on, and buy another one :-bla

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>Johnny, >I have a 16meg onboard graphics card,its a HP Pavilion >system. Can you change the graphics card if it has an >onboard one already on? >>I bought one (64meg) a few months ago but couldnt get the >thing to work it kept going back to the onboard card?? >>So I took it back!!! Well, I

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HaaaSorry Jesper!I have no AGP slot on the board just PCI. Would that be OK??

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Wow! I've never seen screen shots that depict the full beauty of Fly! II like these... I'd love to see more ground shots from other airports.Rich@KLEWBeige G3 233 MHz DT rev.1 G4 400 MHz NewerTech upgrade OS 9.2.2 /Jaguar384 MB RAM ATI Radeon Mac (PCI) Thrustmaster FCS/WCS

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>Haaa >Sorry Jesper! >I have no AGP slot on the board just PCI. Would that be OK?? I will try to help out with that question. There are a couple of good PCI cards available out there. Follow these links. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/Se...p?sku=P450-7109http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/Se...p?sku=E145-1034http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/Se...sp?sku=P56-2635Cost runs about $70.00 for all of these cards. But make sure you check your system specs first. To be sure your cpu is fast enough and the right type. I just looked at specs for the last card I have listed. Specs are as follows. Minimum System Requirements:300 Watt Power Supply Intel Pentium

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Hi Johnny,Thanks for showing us Frank's work. This looks just wonderful! :) :) :)Dave (David Vuorio)

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>Hi Guys: >>Who is Frank? It's me.Regards, Frank>>Where do I find his Scenery? >>Goody >Goody@cableone.net

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Tony,Thankyou very much for your post. My flexible friend is coming out tonight when the family has gone to bed ;-) Im a very happy man once again

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