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Multi screen display in FSX

Captain chuck Guest

I've been using a muti screen display in FS Century of flight, no problem but can't find out how to do this in FSX. I guess using FSX in windowed mode may help but can't see how to do that either. Any suggestions?

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John (SacBicycleBoy) Trainee

If you have dual displays you can use them in FSX. Just drag the pop-up controls and displays to the second monitor….

In windows display Properties (not FSX) in second display check the box (Extend my Window desktop onto this monitor.)

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SacBicycleBoy wrote:

If you have dual displays you can use them in FSX. Just drag the pop-up controls and displays to the second monitor….

FSX sucks when it comes to multiscreens.

i wonder if the developers ever used multi-screens when playing FSX ?!?!

you can drag a view to the second monitor, but FSX does not provide a key for you to press and expand the view to the monitor size. (like alt-enter in media player.)

if you crashed your airplane (which I do very often), when you re-fly your mission, you have to open the views again... drag them to the extra monitors again... carefully drag the corners to expand the view to the monitor size, again... then adjust the camera angles again... before you can start flying again...

Malkymoo Guest

I am using an AMD 5600 dual core, 4 gig ram and 2 Nvidia 8800's and I want to run FSX using those 4 monitors but it crashes. The computer can run 2 monitors off 1 card but not both cards, even though I have spread the desktop across all 4 in non gaming mode.

Any hints?

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