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Thread: Re: PFD Delay

  1. #1
    null null
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    Re: PFD Delay

    Video drivers are the latest nvidia and the Nic isn't sharing anything with
    the video (Nic is PCI - video is AGP)

    I think I have an idea on the problem and that it is on the client. I want
    to try and install the glass cockpit on another PC (my wife's to test), but
    alas, the PM Glass Cockpit wont run because my purchased key was for the
    other client.

    Bleh!

    Thanks

    Jason


  2. #2
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    On 12/30/2004 12:28:05 PM, Jason Bennett wrote:
    >... the Nic isn't
    >sharing anything with the
    >video (Nic is PCI - video is
    >AGP)


    That means nothing. The only difference between AGP and PCI is the possible
    data bus routing. The AGP slot normally uses the same IRQ as the next (PCI)
    slot down, but it may vary with mobo. Check the IRQ list in the Windows
    resources (Device Manager).

    >I think I have an idea on the
    >problem and that it is on the
    >client.


    But why would a second window on the Server affect the Client?

    Pete


  3. #3
    Thomas Richter
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    Hi Jason,
    do you use the same solution on Monitor A + B.
    In my case I the problem was gone when I change the solution of monitors on

    all PC`s to the same (1280*1024).
    Now all is running best, only QuickMap will going to delay when traffic is
    enabled on QuickMap:
    I use FS2004 and Boeing-GC and pmSystem on 6 PC`s.

    --
    Best Regards
    Thomas - EW321

    "Jason Bennett" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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    > Video drivers are the latest nvidia and the Nic isn't sharing anything
    > with
    > the video (Nic is PCI - video is AGP)
    >
    > I think I have an idea on the problem and that it is on the client. I
    > want
    > to try and install the glass cockpit on another PC (my wife's to test),
    > but
    > alas, the PM Glass Cockpit wont run because my purchased key was for the
    > other client.
    >
    > Bleh!
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Jason
    >



  4. #4
    null null
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    Ya, I tried that as well. In various resolutions - I think I know what the
    problem is and that is with the client PC I'm using. I have another test
    one I can use, just waiting on a key from PM people.

    Thanks!

    01110000011101010111010001100101
    Jason Bennett
    My Newbie 737 NG Sim Site

    There are 10 types of people in the world, those who can read binary, and
    those that can't.
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  5. #5
    null null
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    There's nothing in the next slot to the AGP - that would be silly (and
    sometimes impossible due to the closeness but there is the odd board)

    As soon as the PM people hook me up with a key, I'll let you know how it
    goes. By the way, you don't know if there are any ports to linux for some of
    these apps do you?



    01110000011101010111010001100101
    Jason Bennett
    My Newbie 737 NG Sim Site

    There are 10 types of people in the world, those who can read binary, and
    those that can't.
    01100111011001010110010101101011


  6. #6
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    On 12/30/2004 2:00:13 PM, Jason Bennett wrote:
    >There's nothing in the next
    >slot to the AGP - that would
    >be silly


    Nevertheless it is so easy to check that you are not sharing IRQs, and very
    worthwhile to do so. I don't understand why you refuse to do so. I once had
    enormous Network problems on one of my PCs with this -- and, no, the NIC
    was not in the PCI slot next to the AGP.

    >By the way,
    >you don't know if there are
    >any ports to linux for some of
    >these apps do you?


    What apps? I don't know of anything at all that runs on Linux. Sorry.

    Pete


  7. #7
    null null
    Guest

    Re: PFD Delay

    Problem solved It was a bad piece of client hardware - my wife's PC works
    flawlessly as I would have expected. Looks like the old IBM junk is
    getting reused elsewhere

    As for the apps, since I'm referring to you, I'd assume yours (the one you
    sold me - unless you dont actually sell it and someone else is selling it
    lol). Its no problem though, was just hoping there might be a linux port
    around for it - it would be a good starting place.

    Also, during my testing, I noticed while switching back and forth between
    TCP and IPX, if I forgot to add the ServerName entry in the ini file, your
    software gives a little error message about it missing from the ini file.
    When you click ok, the client doesn't abort but keeps popping the error back
    up - minor, but annoying lol.

    Oh well.. Thanks for the input all.

    Cheers


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