An Update On 11.3 – And Progress

I spent some time digging into the Windows Event Log and saw that my most recent X-Plane 11.31rc1 crash involved the crash of an obscure (at least to me) video driver. My NVIDIA drivers are current, but in researching the situation I found a post noting power management problems as a possible cause of that specific driver crash. I checked my power management settings and, lo and behold, somewhere along the path of mandatory Windows updates they had been reset from “Bitsum Highest Performance” to “Balanced.” I set them back to highest performance, and the next VR flight was (1) stable, and (2) much better performance. I will hope this resolved the issue. The real test will be setting up the physical sim and it’s many associated devices. I’ll post an update when I do.

3 thoughts on “An Update On 11.3 – And Progress

  1. … not something that is unusual for NVIDIA.
    Back in the FSX days, NVIDIA driver where one of the main reason for the Sim to CTD.

  2. I am using VR only, abandoned the home cockpit few months ago. I still using the 980TI and had no issues with 11.3. I feel more stable and more real response than previous versions. I must use 3jps (sorry if misspelled) to get the 45 fps, the other apps did not worked for me. Hope you get your system back soon to continue your IFR training.

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