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  1. If kernelbase.dll is involved then it means that problem is caused by some system component, might be even that C++ libraries which are required by J41.Are you using any game booster software that disables system services to gain performance? Maybe some aggressive antivirus?
  2. J41 runs fine on my Win7 64 bit, so the OS is not a problem here.Guys did you try to remove Acceleration/SP2 or used repair feature? If you use repair, then try again but now uninstall Accel/SP2 (it's important) and install it again, than check your C++ Redistributables. It would be good to uninstall J41, then uninstall MV C++ , install J41 again and run Windows update to update MV C++.Vivek, please sign your post with real full name, this is forum rule here and you risk your posts to be deleted.Regards,
  3. Hi Mervyn,Are you running Acceleration? I remember that CTD at start up was caused by broken Acceleration (same symptoms: MD11 and 747 works fine but J41 doesn't), so maybe try repairing your Acceleration. If this doesn't help, try contacting PMDG via support ticket system (requires additional registration, but it's best way to get direct support) .Regards,
  4. Thanks Ryan!There's also AIRAC "update" for fsx http://www.btinternet.com/~gb.mitch/index.html if anyone's interested, it's outdated but it's much better than default :)Regards,
  5. No there's not, because Radeons don't support combined (MM+SS) anti aliasing modes. If you have HD6xxx then you can force AA into any d3d app from driver level (at least AMD claims so).
  6. Exactly I mean EADI and EHSI:8x Multi-sampling only:http://ifotos.pl/img/2011-1-27_hhhprsa.jpg8xQ version:http://ifotos.pl/img...-27_hhhprsq.jpg8xSQ version:http://ifotos.pl/zob...-27_hhhprap.jpgNow comparing 8xQ vs 8xMS screenshots, I can see some AA on displays in 8xQ, it's just almost unnoticeable in-game. But still because of missing lines, EADI and EHSI are very hard to read in some cases without 8xSQ, when high definition displays are enabled in J41 Cofig Manager.
  7. I can only add, that 8xS version doesn't work with my GTX275 (only edges are anti aliased), and with 8xSQ I have huge impact on frame rates and whole cockpit is anti aliased so much, that my eyes can't stand it for longer than 5 minutes ;) Btw, I will probably switch to AMD6970 soon, so maybe I'll be the one of the few to test FSX with it and it's AA modes (yeah, I know it lacks combined ones, but they don't work with my NVIDIA either, so I got used to it already).Ryan, I know it's not best place to ask it, but will NGX displays require anti aliasing, like J41 does?
  8. Sawydz

    FSX Partition size

    If You have free 120GB SSD, use it!
  9. Sawydz

    FSX Partition size

    Alternatively to SSD You could think about PCIe SATAII Controller, expensive as hell but so are SSDs, it will help "spread the wings" of Your current drives. I'll definitely give a try to this solution before buying small SSD for the same price, sorry for off topic
  10. They have already confirmed SP2, it will be released after the release of 737NGX. Set cockpit detail to normal and it will work fine.
  11. Set Your cockpit detail level to medium (in PMDG settings), it will remove this "glitch".
  12. I would rather spend that money on PPL. Of course if someone is e.g. commercial pilot, that kind of hardware is easy affordable. Anyways, nice specs! :)
  13. I'm not very deep into latest technologies etc, but You shouldn't look at i7 HT like: one core is physical and other is virtual, because they are both... virtual cores assigned by system to a physical one. Hyper Threading means that many parts of the core are physically doubled while other are shared, this may lead to both, performance increase or decrease.