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Hi I would like to know how to configure the settings of my Flight S. 9 because It seems to me that I'm not getting the right FPS rate, so if anybody could help me out that'd be great.... Here are my system spec's
Pent 4 3.4Ghz
2Gig Ram
256 ATI Radeon x600 with Omega Drivers
And I think that's it....
Thanks..

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What makes you think there's something wrong?
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I'm getting very low FPS and they're not steady it's like from 20-19 Fps I make a turn taxiing then all suddenly I start to get 10-14 fps, it's a 5-10 FPS drop.... I don't know what to do...
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With the impressive computer specifications you have there is no reason this should be happening. I suggest first upgrading your video card drivers if able, and if things still aren't fixed, possibly uninstall and reinstall the game.
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Ok. I'll try then I'll let you know how it went....
Thank You...
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Could be a possible graphics card overheating problem, or a CPU overheating problem...

Make sure all fans in your computer are working :whistling:


Hope this helps
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Actually I got a Hp Pavilion zd8000 laptop and it has 3 fans, but the center one it's not working for some weird reason. How can I fix this??? I had to buy a cooling pad. It's working but I'd like that everything on my laptop worked as it's supposed to... and the AC adapter also..... (JUST REALIZED THAT)
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There could be numerous reasons that fan doesn't work, none of which I would be able to identify without opening it up :whistling:
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mmmmmmm so I guess to the comp guy right?
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Unless another member has something to add, then sadly yes :whistling:
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Ok..... guess that I'm gonna have to be patient....Ok....Thanks anyway.....
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