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scenery problem

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atreyu Captain

sorry if this is in the wrong section thing, but i just got this scenery for stuff in an airport, but now the game is really slowed down and choppy and anoying. also i had this alaska flight plan thing for alaska planes to be taking off and stuff but now its not there. is there a way to fix this? or should i just get rid of the airport scenery?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Clean it all out and see if that helps, if not come back and we'll see how to get the sim back up to speed.

Radar

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

The slow and choppy could be due to a older graphics card, or other pc hardware, list your system specs for us

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atreyu Captain

dell dimension 3000, p4 2.80ghz, 512mb ram, nvidia geforce 5700le

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I think FEM is correct, that card is a little on the "old" side, a newer card and another 512mb ram (get to 1 gig) would make a world of difference in the performance of your computer and the sim would be smoother.
For now I would turn off, water and shadows. Turn down the sliders in settings of traffic, lower clouds to as low as possible, and keep the others at the default or lower settings.
That may give you better FPS and a nicer flight.

Radar

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atreyu Captain

i can't really get a new card cuz i don't have an agp slot Mad but when my uncle got me this card he said it would be probably the best for pci. but i can run far cry just fine, does this game require more?

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atreyu Captain

alright i got rid of the airport scenery and now its working better, but are there any airport scenery that will work good for me?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

This sim is very graphic intensive and demands the best, when it first came out there wasn't a computer and card to run it full out.
If you don't have a AGP slot then that's probably the best card for you.
As for as add-on scenery all you can do is download one at a time and see how they react, if they give you a big FPS hit then you'll have to look for another. Some are very FPS friendly but you have to search for them.
Someone here might know of some.
Try looking at all Avsim has.

Radar

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