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FS 9 And Duel Core Chips

johnb60 Guest

Can someone please help, I have just bought a new computer the specs are as follows.
AMD Athlon 64X2 Duel Core 4400+ 2.2ghz
Asus A8N-SLI SE Socket 939 Motherboard
Maxtor 300gb 7200RPM 16MB SATA HDD
Corsair 1024MB PC3200 (400mhz) DDR Ram X 2
Windows XP Pro

Now on running FS the terrian tiles are fragmented So I get patches of water when dry land should be, and roads suddenly end and start a couple tiles away.

I am desperate for a solution.
PS I do not know how to do a screen capture esle I would have posted a picture.

John B

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RadarMan Chief Captain

What's your video card and how old are the drivers.

Radar

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

johnb60 wrote:

I am desperate for a solution.
PS I do not know how to do a screen capture esle I would have posted a picture.

John B

If you want to take a picture if you think it'll help someone help you, then press Print Screen on the top right hand corner of your keyboard. Then open a software program such as MS Paint and paste using the Edit menu at the top and then save the picture.

Go to www.photobucket.com and upload your picture by finding the picture you just saved. Paste the line starting and ending in [img] and [/img] (respectively) into your post 😉

Guest

Sorry Geforce 7800GTX is the card with the latest drivers

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Your system is more than enough to run FS.I can suppose a bad installation problem or GFX's drivers problem as RadarMan point by his question.

Try to unistall your GFX and re-install it by using the drivers you have on your Graphics card CD.
Also you can try to re-install FS.

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johnb60 Trainee

I am assuming that barring faulty GFX card or Board FS should run ok under this system.

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KenTel First Officer

Just a guess, but I think dual core needs XP64.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Has your PC recognised the duel core?(check via "control panel/system")
If not,I think with Asus,you need to update the BIOS

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