Fsx logbook not updating
If you have already purchased FSX: Steam Edition add-ons please read before proceeding.Load in high above Friday Harbor in your Air Creation Trike, and you are back in the sky!It seems Windows 10 1511 update in conjunction with NVidia Ge Force drivers have stopped supporting DXT1 of S3 Texture Compression (S3TC) used for textures in FSX. Tristan, I found your articles very helpful in making my transition from the box ver to FSX: SE. When I dumped my saved files back into FSX: SE, I did not choose the option to Skip These Files as you indicate. See your text below: “Here is the slightly challenging part, finding where FSX: SE has been installed.*files with this texture compression will not open in Windows 10 using NVidia Ge Force WHQL drivers. The default is “C:\Program Files\Steam\Steamapps\Common\FSX” but that may have changed depending on where you directed the Steam Library to be created (eg my install is D:\STEAMFLIGHT\steamapps\common\FSX). Depending on how many add-ons you had this could be a BIG transfer.Head over into where you backed up your important files from your previous installation.Go into the App Data folder and the FSX folder within. This article is the second in my series on transitioning from Classic to Steam Editions of FSX and we will be covering the renewal and restoration of our beloved simulator.Beyond this though it will also serve as a valuable resource for anyone who has uninstalled their FSX: SE and is about to reinstall it.
…and navigate to your Documents folder and Paste, again you will be asked to overwrite / replace click Yes.Yes, your controls aren’t the way you remember nor is your hangar full of the aircraft you love so well, but you are back!A few seconds is enough, just switch to an external view (F11) then you can go ahead and End Flight. We have now reached the meat of this process – restoring that which we remember to our simulator.Go to settings and set up the core settings (Graphics / Aircraft / Scenery Detail levels / Weather display settings / Traffic settings) and click OK. i I is also a great way to highlight one of the side effects of DLC management in FSX: SE and a reinstall.
If you have not purchased any DLC for FSX: SE you can proceed as follows.
(I labelled my D: “Flight”) Moving on, FSX: SE will now install its 10 GB self onto your PC, so grab your preferred beverage and relax as it downloads (if I could put elevator music in here I would).