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Old August 26th 03, 03:40 AM
Ivan
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Default Radeon 9800 Pro

I just purchased this card yesterday to replace a geforce one. Big
improvement in framerates (i put everything on max, and locked it at 31, and
it keeps around there, no matter where i fly), (p4 2.54 ghz).

Here's my problem....when i access the various areas such as flight lesson
or News, or the Century of flight, etc, if i move the page slider back and
forth, to cursor down, it looks like i just shook an etch-a-sketch, all the
writing blurs and runs together. Any suggestions?


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Old August 26th 03, 08:56 PM
Napalm Baby
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Hi Mate

It is a known problem mate - wait for the CAT's 3.7 ATI are aware and
working on it as we speak.


"Ivan" wrote in message
able.rogers.com...
I just purchased this card yesterday to replace a geforce one. Big
improvement in framerates (i put everything on max, and locked it at 31,

and
it keeps around there, no matter where i fly), (p4 2.54 ghz).

Here's my problem....when i access the various areas such as flight lesson
or News, or the Century of flight, etc, if i move the page slider back and
forth, to cursor down, it looks like i just shook an etch-a-sketch, all

the
writing blurs and runs together. Any suggestions?




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Old August 26th 03, 10:27 PM
Ivan
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thanks!

"Napalm Baby" wrote in message
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Hi Mate

It is a known problem mate - wait for the CAT's 3.7 ATI are aware and
working on it as we speak.


"Ivan" wrote in message
able.rogers.com...
I just purchased this card yesterday to replace a geforce one. Big
improvement in framerates (i put everything on max, and locked it at 31,

and
it keeps around there, no matter where i fly), (p4 2.54 ghz).

Here's my problem....when i access the various areas such as flight

lesson
or News, or the Century of flight, etc, if i move the page slider back

and
forth, to cursor down, it looks like i just shook an etch-a-sketch, all

the
writing blurs and runs together. Any suggestions?






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Old August 27th 03, 01:16 PM
Mike Bernstein
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You can avoid it in the meantime by running FS2004 windowed.

"Ivan" wrote in message
. rogers.com...
thanks!

"Napalm Baby" wrote in message
...
Hi Mate

It is a known problem mate - wait for the CAT's 3.7 ATI are aware and
working on it as we speak.


"Ivan" wrote in message
able.rogers.com...
I just purchased this card yesterday to replace a geforce one. Big
improvement in framerates (i put everything on max, and locked it at

31,
and
it keeps around there, no matter where i fly), (p4 2.54 ghz).

Here's my problem....when i access the various areas such as flight

lesson
or News, or the Century of flight, etc, if i move the page slider back

and
forth, to cursor down, it looks like i just shook an etch-a-sketch,

all
the
writing blurs and runs together. Any suggestions?








 




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