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Windows 7: Flight Simulator 2004


23 Sep 2010   #1

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Flight Simulator 2004

Hi all

Before Windows 7 I used vista,everything works fine,the moment I switched to Windows 7 1 program don't work well anymore,I put my problem on the forum of that product (Feelthere Wilco 737),but they don't know the answer,the problem is ,fs2004 workes with framerates so you can see how smooth everyting goos,in vista it was framerates between 35/40, now on Windows 7 the same product starts at 20 frames a sec and keep dropping till 10 - 5 .....,

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24 Sep 2010   #2

HP Win7 Pro x64 | Custom Win7 Pro x64
 
 

Please fill in your system specs so we know what hardware you're operating on.

In the meantime, my first thought would be to update your video drivers. Also, you may have had certain advanced settings 'disabled' before, but now 'enabled', check to see that you are using the exact same settings.

Two options, AntiAliasing, and Auto-Gen Scenery, require a ton of power, and either one of them could be the cause, especially Auto-Gen Scenery, it hits the Cpu very very hard. Try messing with those two settings if updating your video card drivers doesn't solve the problem.

(Note: AntiAliasing is hard on the video card, Auto-Gen Scenery is hard on the Cpu. Unless you have a Windows Experience Index of 7.0 and up for 'Processor' and 'Gaming Graphics', I recommend disabling both)
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