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I've just put together a new system with more or less running FSX-SE in mind. A couple of days ago I installed FSX-SE (from now on FSX=FSX-SE) for the first time, Went to FSX.cfg and set . Started FSX and it gave me an option to set my resolution to 2560 X 1080. Did a short test flight. No problem. Started loading up the ORBX Demo's and REX WWAirportsHD. FSX crashed. Tried to run it multiple times, always crashed immediately after clicking on <Fly Now>. Decided to reinstall FSX, kept crashing. Finally uninstalled, went into Registry, cleaned out all references to "Flight Simulator" and "FSX", reinstalled, and just did a test flight. FSX did not crash. <Whew>. OK, but now the problem: After every install, and after this latest install, FSX no longer gives me a resolution option higher than 1920 X 1080. Checked FSX.cfg every time, including just now, and WideViewAspect=True. What gives? Why can I no longer get a resolution of 2560 X 1080????? Comments please. Also any comments on why crashed after ORBX and REX installs? Though I have a potential theory there.REX asks you where to install and I'm wondering if I chose the wrong option. I believe the first option is labelled FSX and the second option is labelled FSX-SE. In the window of each of what folder REX will then find FSX was listed Steamapp\common\FSX. I chose the second choice and I think I remember seeing a comment that if you had never installed just FSX, not FSX-SE, then you should choose option 1. In any case, if I work up the nerve to try to install REX again, I'll make that choice. But first 2560 X 1080 PLEASE????
Hello! So I have now the Carenado Cessna citation S550. Since everyone including me are getting low FPS with this aircraft, I have disabled the cmeteo.dll file which gains me 3-5 FPS. But on the other hand I think the texture 4048x4048 is kinda high, I guess even PMDG has lower. So I want to lower the texture resolutions to 2024x2024 instead. The quastion is, but how? I believe it will gain me a bit more frames.