Starting Upgrade to FS2020

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1 month 2 weeks ago #16233 by KC135
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Update from me. Update to FS2020 today seems to have fixed some problems. I made a successful flight, kind of a local sight seeing flight at low altitude.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #16234 by SPA118
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Just installed the update myself but I'll wait until tomorrow to fly. I'm going to do a defrag overnight and then give it a shot with SPAACARS after work.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #16238 by KC135
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So far I still prefer X-Plane. FS2020 seems cartoonish, maybe more for newcomers, but after awhile I could probably get my settings to my liking.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #16239 by jer029
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Now add $350 for 32 Gig of memory and a 1TB SSD. Perhaps more if I can't get it installed by myself.

:S

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1 month 2 weeks ago #16240 by SPA031
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I learned how to upgrade computer memory and how to install hard drives by going to YouTube. Just make sure that you do your research before trying something like that. And, be sure to get the correct components for your computer.

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1 month 2 weeks ago - 1 month 2 weeks ago #16241 by jer029
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Hah, thanks Robert. Yes...I'm still a bit daunted after a failed install of my 1080TI, don't know what I did wrong to this day, but I was afraid I was wrecking or had wrecked about a $1000 graphics card. I threw the whole thing in my car and took it to Mircocenter.

Fortunately today's install went a bit better, 32Gig DDR3 Memory was immediately recognized. About 45 minutes of frustration when the computer found the SSD as the boot drive, and for a time, didn't see the other drives that actually had data, and the boot system on it. Finally managed to get it to boot on the correct drive and recognize all the drives, but the SSD not showing in the File Explorer. Had to read up on Win10 Disk Manager to figure that out.

Now currently moving the entire MSFS to the new SSD using the control panel's nifty "move" feature for MSFS. I'll let you know how it works, out, but so far I think I've earned a glass of wine or two tonight. :prost:

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