|28 May 2012||#1|
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Looking for ideas to try, graphic corruption, local machine issue?
I really do not know where this post would fit best, since the developer states it maybe a local machine settings issue I am posting in this section first. If anyone thinks it fits in another section better let me know and I will post this over there.
I was running Nvidia drivers 270.61 drivers for my GTX 480 with no issues at all. My most demanding graphic program I run by far is FSX, on Saturday I upgraded to the Nvidia 301.42 drivers. On the new drivers FSX runs great, in my standard test flight I run from KJFK to KEWR I see a 5 FPS improvement and this is saying a lot since around NYC I have a lot of heavy hitting FPS addons. All of my heavy duty payware aircraft (Aerosoft F16, PMDG MD11, CS MD80, VRS FA18E) run without a problem except one.
After updating the drivers my ES v2.0 CX750 gets graphic corruption in the VC. Below are two screenshots, the top is with the corruption and the bottom is without. The plane loads fine, the corruption shows up only after I toogle through all the views from the VC and when I get back to the VC I have this corruption. The corruption can take up to 20 minutes into a flight before it shows up. It usually shows up when I am taxiing to a runway for takeoff. Before I get the corruption I can toggle through the views 5 times or more, sometimes only two or three. I fly in windowed mode all the time, once I get the corruption I can toggle from windowed mode to full screen and the corruption is gone, I can then toggle back to windowed mode and the corruption is still gone and will not come back for 60 to 120 minutes, I can then clear it up by toggling into full screen, go back to windowed and it is still gone.
Since this did not happen until I went to the 301.42 drivers it would be logical that it has something to do with the drivers, but all other aircraft and FSX in general have no problems with the 301.42 drivers, all problems are only with the ES v2.0 CX750. This is a quote from the developer's support site and this is the only answer they will supply, no further support will be given for this issue.
"This thread addresses the few who have a Graphics Card/Driver Issue along with a possible Trusted.dll Issue.
Both cases are Local Machine/Settings Issues which we cannot address from afar. We do suggest that you have a look at rolling back to previous video drivers and/or and experiment a bit with drivers to solve what we know is local machine related."
I have uninstalled/reinstalled the 301.42 drivers, no change. I have uninstalled/reinstalled the ES v2.0 CX750, no change. Before I reinstalled the ES v2.0 CX750 I cleaned the registry with CCleaner and Glarysoft RR.
Does anyone have any idea what ES means by "Both cases are Local Machine/Settings Issues"? If anyone knows what they are talking about is there anything that I can try besides going back to the 270.61 drivers and reverting back does not mean I will get rid of this issue. If something has chanced in the local machine settings in the registry reverting back to the old drivers will not necessarily mean the registry problem will get fixed. Does anyone know what they mean by "Trusted.dll Issue"? There was not a problem with the EX v2.0 CX750 dll's with the 270.61 drivers, so why would dll's be a problem with the 301.42 drivers?
FMS in VC corrupted
FMS in VC not corrupted
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