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  1. I don't know if it works only for NVIDIA. I would suggest to you that you just try it and see if it helps and stops these kind of errors cheers Dirk
  2. Hi, I also had this error in prepar3dv4 and this solution from an older forum thread stopped the error occuring: Found this solution on the internet, works for me 100% with P3Dv4.3 on Win10 64bit, Nvidia GTX1080ti and latest drivers. The problem: a thing called TDR checker monitors the computer’s hardware, particularly the GPU. When the GPU stops responding with the computer for 2 seconds TDR checker restarts the driver. The TDR checker was good on paper but did not work in the real world as a GPU can stop responding when it is working hard. Here is the solution that worked for me, it requires an extra sub key entry into the Windows registry, so please only implement if you feel OK with editing your registry! - Exit all Windows based programs, - Click on the Windows Start button, type regedit in the Search box,double-click regedit.exe from the results above. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation, - Browse to and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers - On the Edit menu, click New, and select the QWORD (64-bit) value from the drop-down menu, - Type ‘TdrLevel’ as the Name and click Enter, - Double-click TdrLevel and set the value as 0 (it is set to that by default, but double check) and click OK, - Close the registry editor and restart your computer for the changes to take effect! I saw this fix mentioned earlier in this thread, but make sure you create a Qword (64bit) key for Windows 64 bit OS and NOT a Bword (32 bit) key because that wil not give the right result. If you encounter a DXGI hung/removed error again please make sure that this key still exists in your registry! It happened to me once that the key vanished after a Windows Update, resulting in the dreadful DXGI hung error once again. Cheers Dirk
  3. Hi Pete, I also had the same problem with my nvidia 1080Ti and the newer drivers since 4/2018 until I used this fix: The problem: a thing called TDR checker monitors the computer’s hardware, particularly the GPU. When the GPU stops responding with the computer for 2 seconds TDR checker restarts the driver. The TDR checker was good on paper but did not work in the real world as a GPU can stop responding when it is working hard. Here is the solution that worked for me, it requires an extra sub key entry into the Windows registry, so please only implement if you feel OK with editing your registry!- Exit all Windows based programs,- Click on the Windows Start button, type regedit in the Search box,double-click regedit.exe from the results above. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation,- Browse to and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers- On the Edit menu, click New, and select the QWORD (64-bit) value from the drop-down menu,- Type ‘TdrLevel’ as the Name and click Enter,- Double-click TdrLevel and set the value as 0 (it is set to that by default, but double check) and click OK,- Close the registry editor and restart your computer for the changes to take effect!I saw this fix mentioned earlier in this thread, but make sure you create a Qword (64bit) key for Windows 64 bit OS and NOT a Bword (32 bit) key because that wil not give the right result.If you encounter a DXGI hung/removed error again please make sure that this key still exists in your registry!It happened to me once that the key vanished after a Windows Update, resulting in the dreadful DXGI hung error once again. after using this fix I never had an "dgxi error device removed" again greetings Dirk
  4. You can do this: put this line in your prepar3d.cfg with a text editor in the TERRAIN section of the file: [TERRAIN] TEXTURE_SIZE_EXP=10 You can find the prepar3d.cfg here: c:/user/AppData/roaming/Lockeed Martin/Prepar3d v4/prepar3d.cfg Be Aware that you need more Memory on your graphic gard with this Setting then without it
  5. Hi, I also had this error for some time and nearly dropped P3d for that reason. I also had fears to edit my registry but what cured the problem for me was finally using this solution with editing the registry: Found this solution on the internet, works for me 100% with P3Dv4.3 on Win10 64bit, Nvidia GTX1080ti and latest drivers. The problem: a thing called TDR checker monitors the computer’s hardware, particularly the GPU. When the GPU stops responding with the computer for 2 seconds TDR checker restarts the driver. The TDR checker was good on paper but did not work in the real world as a GPU can stop responding when it is working hard.Here is the solution that worked for me, it requires an extra sub key entry into the Windows registry, so please only implement if you feel OK with editing your registry!- Exit all Windows based programs,- Click on the Windows Start button, type regedit in the Search box,double-click regedit.exe from the results above. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation,- Browse to and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers- On the Edit menu, click New, and select the QWORD (64-bit) value from the drop-down menu,- Type ‘TdrLevel’ as the Name and click Enter,- Double-click TdrLevel and set the value as 0 (it is set to that by default, but double check) and click OK,- Close the registry editor and restart your computer for the changes to take effect!I saw this fix mentioned earlier in this thread, but make sure you create a Qword (64bit) key for Windows 64 bit OS and NOT a Bword (32 bit) key because that wil not give the right result.If you encounter a DXGI hung/removed error again please make sure that this key still exists in your registry!It happened to me once that the key vanished after a Windows Update, resulting in the dreadful DXGI hung error once again. Give it a try. It worked for me and I never got that error again. Here is also a video showing what to do. It is the same procedure mentioned above: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FWAVe1km_g Cheers Dirk
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