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Problem getting FSX to work with new EVGA GTX780 graphic card

Problem with FSX after upgrading to GTX780, I half just upgraded my X87 mother board with EVGA GTX 780 graphic card. Monitor works fine but when I launch Flight Sim X the programme won't start keeps telling me that the graphic card is not suitable for FSX - that was the only reason I bought as it was recommended as best card to FSX. I updated drivers from Nvidea, repaired FSX with original software but no joy - I did load up Direct X 10 which may have caused the problem but then downloaded Direct X 9 as a possible solution - still not working any suggestions appreciated.
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  1. what is your gpu before this? so can you force the game to run despite the program tells you it was not suitable for the game?
  2. renz496 said:
    what is your gpu before this? so can you force the game to run despite the program tells you it was not suitable for the game?


    It was a ASUS GTX 660
  3. When Flight Sim X comes on, it comes up with a message as follows:

    Microsoft Flight Simulator X has stopped working
    A problem caused the programme to stop working correctly. Windows will close the programme and will notify you if a solution is available

    So far they haven't found one
  4. try doing clean install your driver. if doing so still no go try reinstalling the game
  5. Thanks - will try that, Season Greetings to all
  6. BPN777 said:
    When Flight Sim X comes on, it comes up with a message as follows:

    Microsoft Flight Simulator X has stopped working
    A problem caused the programme to stop working correctly. Windows will close the programme and will notify you if a solution is available

    So far they haven't found one


    Interesting, I just upgraded my x79 with the 780 ti graphics board and have exactly the same problem. if you come up with a solution please post it here so all of those of us that are experiencing the same problem can't solve it.
  7. Best answer
    The solution is the to delete the fsx.cfg file in your " \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX " delete it an when you start fsx , fsx will create a new one . Also make sure that your new fresh fsx.cfg file display the fallowing line [DISPLAY.Device.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780.0] or [DISPLAY.Device.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780ti.0] that should solve your problem. Remember Fsx doesn't automatically recognize your new card it is still recognizing your old one.

    Hope this help
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