Acerazus

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  1. I never had any graphics problem in FSX in related to sunrises/sunsets. It only seems to be affected in P3D. It probably is only because of my old graphics card and I am in need of an upgrade.
  2. Hello all, I have a GTX 650Ti. I have set an fps limit of 30 and the GPU only utilises about 35-40% of the memory. I was flying the PMDG 777 from Heathrow to Shanghai when about 5 hours into the sim, the sun starts to set. When it comes to the sun setting or rising in the sim, the graphics card just crashes with the "DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG". I noticed that I only get this message when the GPU utilises 100% of the memory for a long period of time but during sunset, the GPU isn't using 100% of the memory. I hope this isn't too vague but any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, I don't have settings put on max, they're usually set around the medium/low setting.
  3. Thanks everyone for your replies. It's sensible that the FMC would warn me of an outdated AIRAC cycle as I have been doing flights so far with the default date and time. And yes, I do use Navigraph's FMS data manager to update my AIRAC cycles. Everything is fine now since I changed the date and time to the current time that the AIRAC is meant to be used. Thank you guys for your responses and I hope you all have a Merry Christmas! Edward
  4. Thank you for your quick response. Apologies for not putting down my full name on my post. I'll do that now. Edward Berkley
  5. Hello everyone. I have recently bought the PMDG 777 for P3D v4. Once installed, I double-checked that the nav data was up-to-date on my plane and sure enough it was. But what was odd about this was when I went to the "IDENT" section, I received the message saying: "NAV DATA OUT OF DATE" This was strange because I looked above the message and it said that I was using the most up to date cycle which is currently 1713 as I am typing this. I also checked the Navdata files in the 777 and that even says that it's on cycle 1713. I find it irritating and I am wondering if there are any solutions to this minor problem? Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you! Edward Berkley
  6. Acerazus

    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    Maybe it's time to move on? To move to a new simulator? To be honest I was planning to get p3dv4 anyway. What are your specs?
  7. Acerazus

    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    I don't find it dumb. I'm flying on FSX:SE right now on VATSIM. Yes, it's launched via Steam but I haven't tried it yet when I'm offline.
  8. Acerazus

    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    Well, I am currently flying a British Airways PMDG 747-400 from Denver to London Heathrow. I used freeware scenery for Denver but I have payware scenery for Heathrow. I also use Orbx FTX Global. Loading the scenery is no problem but loading in the aircraft is not the same.
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    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    Ah well then, I guess it could be something to do with my graphics card? I have overclocked it many times (which resulted in several crashes to my pc possibly causing potential damage to my graphics card).
  10. Acerazus

    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    Surprising enough, I don't! I thought it was already installed but I'll have to do it later as I'm currently flying from Denver to Heathrow in the PMDG. Thanks for the advice though.
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    Takes a long time for textures to load in

    I have an i5-3470 CPU @ 3.20Ghz with GeForce GTX 650 Ti. I also have 8Gb of DDR3 RAM
  12. First off, I apologise if this is posted in the wrong topic. I noticed that when I switch views, for example, from the cockpit to wing view, the plane is grey. After 10-15 seconds the textures fully load, showing the plane in all its glory. When I switch back from the plane view to the cockpit, again, the cockpit is fully grey and the textures don't load until 10-15 seconds later. It's really annoying and I'm wondering whether it's to do with my hard drive. If I was to invest in an SSD, would the textures load instantly, or is it a graphics card issue? Many thanks
  13. Hello there, I do apologize if this question has already been asked and answered before but I notice that when I zoom out from the Top-down view the globe is completely covered! I have a picture to show what the problem is. I use the Shader 3 Mod for FSX-SE. I have removed the cache many times and I have done the press the Esc button for a few seconds and come back into the screen but it didn't work. http://prntscr.com/gd9xk1 That image shows my problem. Edward.