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I cant instal Flight Simulator X - Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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  • zeebanaybuh Dec 28, 2008

    Mine seems to install ok, the game even started up the first time, but now I can't find the program anywhere on my computer. I re-installed, took awhile, no error messages, but this time the game didn't start and I still can't find it.

    Also, how do you determine what your video card supports and why would this create problems with the installation itself? It seems this would make the game run poorly, but it should still install and be visible on your machine.


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Jerivas,

Your problem most likely has to do with the video card that you have. Make sure your video card supports DirectX 9.0c, has at least 32 MB of RAM and can suport hardware transformation and lighting.

Good luck!

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