They are both only at x2, on the Nvidia panel, for the monitor. Sounds
not too high?
The FS9 panel only offers the option of ticking for Antialiasing, with no mention of Asiotropic Filtering.
Tomorrow I'll try to home in on dodgy scenery, by disabling.
I may be gone some time.
OK so you've narrowed it down to FS. Now I suspect 3D acceleration errors. Bones may have found one of the causes, an attempt to load a faulty scenery file but also check that your Antialiasing and Anisotropic filtering settings are not too high. I'd recommend setting them to Application Controlled on the graphics card then using the settings on the Hardware tab in FS to optimise them.
Just another thought to try and get that overweight chicken looking around again.
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of franklyn fisher Sent: 04 September 2006 20:38 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: Matrox TripleHead 2Go
When I get the pauses it's the machine, since an attempt at continuous cursor movement, on a non FS screen, produces the same effect. Disable FS9 and all is smoothnees and light.
Gerry Sorry, the above does not make sense. I get pauses, usually because I need refreshment (ha,ha)
Still sounds like a software problem, a file corruption somewhere.
Ah well, off to watch a recording made earlier.