Hendrik

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  1. I on W10 64 bit, i5 6600K, AMD 7870, 16Gb DDR4 2666 Mhz, 2 Samsung Evo 850 both for W10 and P3D, W10 on C: and P3D on D: That procedure that ai_ab posted I didnt check any improvement on FPS since I am concentrating more on DXGI error. It is interesting that I already set the affinity to all cores but when I load a saved flight on P3D it rely heavily on core 0. When I followed that procedure (which basically just confirming affinity settings) the load is spread on all 4 cores. I need to find the time to test W7. That is a big time investment ,
  2. I am not oc'ed and I am using AMD so I cant try your suggestion there. Shadercache I tried both ON and OFF , it gives me the same result. Yes I get the same DXGI error only with only P3D V3.4 HF3 and FSL. I must stress that I only get DXGI error if I enable Spotlights.
  3. Kosta, Yes I am able to reproduce this constantly. When I reinstalled W10 I didn't installed any other software all basic, no MS office, no AV. My GPU driver is installed by W10 and it is from AMD itself (the last WQHL) so not generic driver. I have tried using older and newer GPU driver and I still get the same result with both methods. Just to add with method 2 I dont need to disable Spotlights once loading reached 100%. I dont have a spare GPU so I cant try with another hardware. Thanks
  4. Hi Kosta, Thanks for all the help. I discover something but perhaps you already know it. 1. If I have Spotlight installed then load up any a/c, default or PMDG or FSL, once it reaches 100% within a few seconds (+/- 3 seconds) I will get DXGI error. In this case I have a work around. Once the loading reaches 100% I quickly disable Spotlights through the menu. If I do this I never get DXGI error. 2. If I follow that step but on the scenario page (before I load a plane/saved file) then i would not get DXGI error. In this case I can see that the load is spread equally among all 4 cores. With step 1 above during loading the load is mostly falls on core 0. I repeat this method many times and gets a consistent result. FYI: I reinstalled W10 64bit and did not have any other addons installed and tried both method above. After that I decided to start installing addons and tried the methods above. In both case I get the same result of method 1 and 2. I hope you understand what I mean. Should I make upload a video? Regards
  5. I get followed a tip for TDR fix for AMD card by adding this to regedit; go to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentcontrolSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers and add entry of QWORD (64bit) or DWORD (32bit) depending on your OS then rename to TdrDelay and edit value date to 8 (hexadecimal). Once I tried that I did get an error saying that P3D could not get access to Hardware acceleration then I change the value to 16. Until now I havent got any error yet. I dont really know what it does but can someone try it as well to see if this helps
  6. I get followed a tip for TDR fix for AMD card by adding this to regedit; go to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentcontrolSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers and add entry of QWORD (64bit) or DWORD (32bit) depending on your OS then rename to TdrDelay and edit value date to 8 (hexadecimal). Once I tried that I did get an error saying that P3D could not get access to Hardware acceleration then I change the value to 16. Until now I havent got any error yet. I dont really know what it does but can someone try it as well to see if this helps
  7. P3D

    I tried it today, disabled all but still error. I have tried with OC and underclock but I still get DXGI. As I said my trigger is FSspotlights. It's tiring
  8. P3D

    I'll give that a try. Let you know... Thanks for all the help
  9. P3D

    I appreciate all the help Kosta and it is not wasting time while we all are trying to hunt down the cause. I dont have much on my startup and I usually just run FS I'll try to disable all and just run P3D and see what happen
  10. P3D

    When P3D load flight up I usually let it run until everything ready. not switching windows or doing anything else. 99% my DXGI happens after P3D finished loading up and then in kinda freezes for like 2/3 seconds then DXGI error. I only encounter DXGI error once during mid flight. Same settings
  11. P3D

    I am using windowed P3D so I dont need to do Alt+tab to switch windows.
  12. P3D

    I'll be honest, I dont know what is going to fix this DXGI. I also understand that spotlights is not the main cause perhaps. But on my system if I disable spotlights DLL I dont experience DXGI error. So in my case, which conclusion should/could I take? FYI my system i5 6600K oc 4.3Ghz ATI 7870 16 Gb DDDR4 2666 Mhz P3D V3.4 HF3 Add-ons: PMDG, FT, FB, FSDT airports and GSX, AS16, OPUS for camera only I hope this mystery can be solved on day.
  13. P3D

    Error still there
  14. P3D

    If I get this correct, I should delete FSUIPC4.dll, run the sim and then see if the error persist? and then if not, could I install FSUIPC again then? I have downloaded the latest one