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FS2004/Radeon 9000 problem


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Hello all; I recently upgraded from a GeForce 440 MX (64 MB) graphics card to a Radeon 9000 (128 MB) graphics card. Everything works great, and I have the latest drivers, but when I go to play Flight Simulator 2004, there is one large issue. When the visibility is set to anything other than 'unlimited,' a band of blue (looks almost like the sky itself) appears at that particular distance (say, 3 or 5 or 10 miles). No clouds can be seen from behind it, and it surrounds the player instead of the normal fog or haze. I have tried every setting I can find on the Catalyst Control Panel, but nothing changes this wall of blue. It's very annoying, and I'm out of ideas. I hope someone here can help me.
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After much searching, I think I have the problem narrowed down to an entry being needed in the display.cfg file to allow my card to display table fog. The trouble is, I have no idea what to type in here to make it appear properly. Any help would be appreciated.
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Anyone? Even some basic ideas would help, I'm sure.
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Ah well, guess I'll have to figure it out myself then.
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