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  • Hi,
    I explain if my English is not too confusing....

    Under FSX and Win 7 RC, if you save , in windowing mode an aircraft on park position and then you start again this aircraft for a new flight you have to move each window you've done to have the good image in it. Also if you've change and set full screen during the flight and shut down, then start again the flight on park position you get it in full screen and not as you save it in windowing mode. And these things are very annoying
    I must say that I use five monitors with 2 graphic cards on the same computer and don't know if it is identical with one alone monitor.
    dimanche 17 mai 2009 08:30

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  • Another remark:
    You launch FSX and you choose a flight you are, of course, obliged to move your windows ok. Now you want to change and have another flight with another aircraft you choose it and again you are obliged to move some windows to get good image. Example first I launch cessna C172 at LFCD park then I choose PMDG MD11 at LFBD park and I am obliged to move windows that are on my 4th monitor (Overhead Panel) and my 5th monitor (gauges as Forward Pedestal, MCDU, System display etc.....)
    To move them because you don't have the good image of the gauge.

    Hi

    You might want to check in the following suport groups for any known issues with FSX in Windows 7.

    Discussions in Simulators Support

    PS. I merged your second thread into the original thread you created. It's not necessary to create 2 separate threads about the same discussion. If you want to add a post to your original thread, simply press the Reply Button on your previous post.

    Hope this helps.

    Thank You for testing Windows 7

    Ronnie Vernon MVP
    Forum Moderator
    dimanche 17 mai 2009 23:20
  • Hi Guy

    OK, you're welcome to post here.

    My only reason in recommending that other support group was that everyone there is using FSX and I thought that they would know the issues with installing that software in Windows 7.

    There are a few users here using FSX, so hopefully they will have more information for you.

    Here is a link to the results of a search for FSX on these Windows 7 forums. This might help you. Look at those threads for more information.

    "FSX" - Microsoft TechNet Search

    Hope this helps.


    Regards,

    Thank You for testing Windows 7

    Ronnie Vernon MVP
    mardi 26 mai 2009 06:59

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  • Another remark:
    You launch FSX and you choose a flight you are, of course, obliged to move your windows ok. Now you want to change and have another flight with another aircraft you choose it and again you are obliged to move some windows to get good image. Example first I launch cessna C172 at LFCD park then I choose PMDG MD11 at LFBD park and I am obliged to move windows that are on my 4th monitor (Overhead Panel) and my 5th monitor (gauges as Forward Pedestal, MCDU, System display etc.....)
    To move them because you don't have the good image of the gauge.
    dimanche 17 mai 2009 08:52
  • Another remark:
    You launch FSX and you choose a flight you are, of course, obliged to move your windows ok. Now you want to change and have another flight with another aircraft you choose it and again you are obliged to move some windows to get good image. Example first I launch cessna C172 at LFCD park then I choose PMDG MD11 at LFBD park and I am obliged to move windows that are on my 4th monitor (Overhead Panel) and my 5th monitor (gauges as Forward Pedestal, MCDU, System display etc.....)
    To move them because you don't have the good image of the gauge.

    Hi

    You might want to check in the following suport groups for any known issues with FSX in Windows 7.

    Discussions in Simulators Support

    PS. I merged your second thread into the original thread you created. It's not necessary to create 2 separate threads about the same discussion. If you want to add a post to your original thread, simply press the Reply Button on your previous post.

    Hope this helps.

    Thank You for testing Windows 7

    Ronnie Vernon MVP
    Forum Moderator
    dimanche 17 mai 2009 23:20
  • Hi Ronnie,
    I have done what you've said and I had to write 4 times ago the same words because the FSX forum shut down.
    I think it is not very good :o(((
    After the third try I saved what I wrote and was thinking it is not the best place to discuss of FSX running under this new operating system.
    What do you think about?

    The message is "Desolated temporarily deactivated"
    mardi 19 mai 2009 14:24
  • Hi Ronnie I am very desappointed because you've said I must go to "Discussions in Simulator support"

    I had done that but to see that the public is in majority Gamers but not Simmers and it is not the same thing.
    Here is my thread
    :
    http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft.public.simulators&mid=2b49ddf8-e33d-4a09-8427-89e003df2878
    They are not interested by Win7 RC, the proof is that only one man was interested and in fact only curiosity because they do'nt test Win 7 RC.

    Conclusion : I am staying on the miscallaneous thread of win 7 RC because here are some Simmers who want to see how FSX is running under Win 7 RC.

    I think you will be OK with me because I think also FSX is not the last version for Simmers!!

    Best regards.
    Guy
    mardi 26 mai 2009 06:34
  • Hi Guy

    OK, you're welcome to post here.

    My only reason in recommending that other support group was that everyone there is using FSX and I thought that they would know the issues with installing that software in Windows 7.

    There are a few users here using FSX, so hopefully they will have more information for you.

    Here is a link to the results of a search for FSX on these Windows 7 forums. This might help you. Look at those threads for more information.

    "FSX" - Microsoft TechNet Search

    Hope this helps.


    Regards,

    Thank You for testing Windows 7

    Ronnie Vernon MVP
    mardi 26 mai 2009 06:59
  • Thanks a lot for help Ronnie,

    I am going to this Forum to see what they are talking about.
    Regards
    PS For me it is obvious that you would  try to make Win 7 RC and then win 7 (ultimate) as perfect as it is possible....
    But presently I can say that Win 7 RC is better than Vista and the most perfect "windows you've done" I think it as now as Win XP-Pro 5 of 6 years in front to it.
    mardi 26 mai 2009 13:59
  • Hi Ronnie,

    I put a question for you in the "application compatibility forum". (in the thread
    you've said "ok you can post here")
    Is this other forum also your or only this?

    But I think you can read it and answer.

    Thanks.
    Regards.
    Guy
    lundi 1 juin 2009 07:23
  • Hi Mister Ronnie Vernon,

    If I understand a little bit English you're MVP moderator and I ask you some questions without answer from you for 9 days.
    I am desapointed and I think it's not very correct because we are testing Win 7 RC under FSX giving you a lot  of remarks to make win 7 better and we get silence.......
    Regards.
    Guy
    mardi 9 juin 2009 08:18
  • Hi all,
    I am coming back to this thread because the same issue is always present even some updates have been done upon win 7 RC.
    Yes I maintain when you call a flight you have registered in FSX and you had parametered your different windows using many monitors (I say not the parameters by default you have in FSX but yours). Then you are obliged to move them (your windows in your scale) a little bit to see the real image you have in it. Is this possibly corrected in the Win 7 sell now?
    Regards.
    Guy
    mardi 27 octobre 2009 05:38