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Ash_NL

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About Ash_NL

  • Birthday 06/28/1996

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    Flight Simulation, Sim Racing, Software Development.

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  1. Works now, here's what I did: 1. Install P3D, test airport selection, fail, uninstall P3D + leftovers (AppData, ProgramData, Documents), reboot. 2. Install P3D, test airport selection, fail, uninstall P3D + leftovers (AppData, ProgramData, Documents), reboot. 3. Install P3D, test airport selection, succeed. Literally had to try and install it three times. Software is weird.
  2. Both OP's and my installation were fresh (OP: "P3D is vanilla with no addons installed at all. Frehsly new."). On my system P3D has never been installed before, since I completed the build this afternoon. No addons have been installed on this system, ever. Unfortunately deleting everything related to P3D doesn't resolve the issue. I will play around some more at a later time.
  3. I'm having the same issue. Have you installed the October update (version 1809)? And, apart from installation directory, AppData Local/Roaming, ProgramData and folders in Documents, what have you deleted when you say 'EVERYTTHING'? Thanks!
  4. Than something is seriously wrong with your settings. I have 16GB of RAM, i5 4670K 4.0GHz and 2GB 770GTX. Testing the 777 at ORBX's KJAC I get 25-27 frames in the VC and 40-60 in external view. REX 2048 clouds, AS2012 10 cloud layers (haven't tested a higher value yet), 8xS AA, 2x Sparse Grid Supersampling and 16 AF. LOD Radius on 5.5 and max texture load on 4096. Haven't had a single OOM yet (doesn't mean I will never get them). I suggest starting out with a fresh FSX install and cfg. EDIT: I see you have an i7-2600. I have no knowledge of this CPU, so maybe someone else could tell you if your CPU might be the culprit.
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