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  1. Please let me know if you need any more info.
  2. Apologies. GPU: ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II 3GB GDDR5 (Latest driver version) CPU: AMD FX-8350 Eight core 4.0Ghz 8GB RAM Latest build of Windows 10. More info: https://imgur.com/a/5xWLj Issue only just started occurring on Prepar3d. I have not noticed any other visual issues occurring in any other applications or general PC use. Reinstalled Prepar3d, reinstalled GPU driver updates but the issue still occurs.
  3. For some reason, when if full screen mode, this visual issue occurs: https://streamable.com/d7gq2 It also just occurs when switching between menus and sometimes while flying. The funny thing is, this never happens when in windowed mode. Please can someone provide me with some suggestions?
  4. The Issue: You double-click on Prepar3D V4, the splash screen comes up and then within just seconds, the Prepar3D window completely disappears. And you may also have noticed that Prepar3D.exe is still listed as a process within Task Manager. Does this issue sound familiar to you? I recently experienced the above issue with Prepar3D and spent endless time searching through numerous forums, as well as YouTube videos. At the point I was about to give up and completely reinstall Prepar3D, I finally managed to resolve the problem. I hope the following solution helps some of you fellow simmers in need of a fix. The Solution: First things first, a couple of questions to ask yourself: 1.) Have you recently installed any add-on aircraft or scenery? - It is possible that an add-on has caused conflict with the Sim and it may be worth reinstalling that add-on. 2.) Have you checked your Event Viewer logs? - It may very well be worth checking the event logs to identify what might be causing the Sim to crash. Assuming you have checked the above, let's proceed with the solution: Firstly, please ensure that Prepar3d.exe is no longer running in the background by doing the following: Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE on your keyboard Click on Task Manager Scroll down until you see Prepar3D exe, right-click on the process and select End Task Secondly, do the following: Click on the Start button Type the following on your keyboard: run When the Run window pops up, type the following: %appdata% Press Enter/Return on your keyboard Open the Lockheed Martin folder Delete the Prepar3D v4 folder, or alternatively Cut & Paste the folder to another location Just to reassure you, these files will be regenerated shortly. Now for the next step: Click on the Start button Type the following on your keyboard: run When the Run window pops up, type the following: %programdata% Press Enter/Return on your keyboard Open the Lockheed Martin folder Delete the Prepar3D v4 folder, or alternatively Cut & Paste the folder to another location. And that's it. Please feel free to go ahead and open Prepar3D. Please note that it will take a little longer than normal to regenerate the scenery indexes and other files. Then with a bit of luck, it should open as normal! Please feel free to send me your comments, questions and any feedback. I would love to hear if this has worked for you. Andrus7789 Andrew Russell
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