Rockliffe

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  1. FSX-MS

    Ah, OK. Thanks for the info Michael. I'll check out your recommendation. I'll have a think. Thanks again Michael. EDIT: Just downloading OBS.
  2. FSX-MS

    Ah, apologies Jim. Thank you.
  3. I'm looking at recording some in-flight video and am wondering which software I should consider using. At the moment I'm looking at Nvidia shadowplay, or is there some other software I should consider? Freeware is the important bit I guess Thanks fellas.
  4. I know. I have battled with exactly the same ever since moving to P3D. Abd no, it isn't due to excessive slider settings as even moving all setting to low has no effect.
  5. I'm afraid you are not alone with this issue. LM are aware of this and there are numerous threads on the P3D forum.
  6. Well, I'm back up and running. The restore point took me back prior to the installation of the new MB and everything now works as it did before installing the latest Win10 update. I am now faced with what to do next Attempt to update again and find P3d non functional or update and risk the dilemma of non compatible drivers for the rudder pedals. I think I'll delve a little deeper into the drivers issue and see what Logitech have to say. In the meantime I have disabled Win updates. BTW, thanks to yourself, Rob and everyone else who's offered advice and a shoulder to cry on.
  7. Just got my activation from LM about an hour ago. I'm working at the moment Simbol, but will report back this afternoon. Cheers.
  8. It is a lot of work to revert back Rob and you make some good points. I'm just very frustrated. However, it would be a last resort. I've got 14 USB devices. 5 on a powered hub, 4 others on a powered hub, 3 in the rear of the case and 2 temporarily in the from panel. I did remove all but the keyboard and mouse, and it was by doing this I managed to trace the issue to the Saitek pedals. This is interesteing Rob.... Windows 10 is more UEFI aware it might be trying to power down your Saitek rudders/devices, although I am unsure what you mean. I will nevertheless follow your suggestions, hopefully when I get back up and running and try to sort things out. Cheers.
  9. Sure, I tried the Saitek pedals in every other USB port, but with no change.
  10. Thanks for the input Rob. Sure, it was definitely related to the Saitek rudder pedals. Not sure I can get rid of those though! Hopefully my options will be clearer once I get back up and running with the activation key. I'll either plod on without installing any further updates, or I'll revert back to Win7. .... now where did I leave the paracetamol
  11. Thanks for the heads up matey, appreciated. Well, the sun is starting to shine a little brighter, as I actually managed to get system restore to work in safe mode. For some reason this did not happen previously, so I am a little perplexed. Anyway, in doing a system restore, for some reason I can't get into P3D as I have to contact LM and get an activation code!! All will be on hold now to see if the issue has been rectified. I suspect it will have been, but I cannot test things without starting P3d.