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  1. I just wanted to take a moment to say welcome to the forum(s)....Doug
  2. IMNSOH, MSF2020 has nothing to do with flight simulation and everything to do with eye-candy. There is no way I'm using my bandwidth for a friggin' eye-candy experience.................
  3. I was wondering how you managed to get by on 8GB.....
  4. With a 32-bit sim (P3Dv3) anything over 16GB of RAM won't help anything. You'll get an OOM (because of the VAS problem) long before the physical RAM is exhausted. I'd add another 8GB (to get to 16 GB total) and continue to enjoy the performance you have now. Adding the memory won't improve the performance but it will increase the headroom. One caution though, be sure the memory you add is EXACTLY the same as what you have now. If you can't get an exact match throw the existing 8GB away and install 16GB of new RAM..........Doug
  5. A businessman enters a tavern, sits down at the bar, and orders a double martini on the rocks. After he finishes the drink, he peeks inside his shirt pocket, then orders another double martini. After he finishes that it, he again peeks inside his shirt pocket and orders another one. The bartender says: "Look, buddy, I'll bring you martini's all night long - but you got to tell me why you look inside your shirt pocket before you order a refill." The customer replies: "I'm peeking at a photo of my wife. When she starts to look good, I will know it's time to go home!"
  6. So, why not make it public? I'd like to see this list too. Some type of corporate secret?
  7. Thanks for the tip. I just watched it. And you're right, it's better...................
  8. Money well spent. After all, she's part of the family. And a good looking part too. 37kg...wow.
  9. +1. IMNSHO, this a far better solution.....Doug
  10. I just watched a movie that I never knew existed. The name of the movie is Wyatt Earp (1994). God, how that brought back the memories of some 60+ years ago. Back in the early 1950's I'd spend a couple of weeks each summer at my grandparents house. My cousin lived just a few miles away and we really enjoyed hanging out together. But then in 1954, while my grandparents were away, their house was struck by lighting and it burned to the ground. And that fire burned memories into mind that I will never forget. One of my most vivid memories of that house was a photograph hanging on the living room wall. It was a photo of my grandfather standing next to an elderly fellow. It was taken on a street corner in San Bernardino, California in 1923. The elderly fellow's name was Wyatt Earp. Unfortunately the fire destroyed this invaluable heirloom. Buried in the ruins of my grandparents house was a .45 caliber Colt Model 1873 Single-Action Army revolver which my grandfather said he bought from Wyatt Earp in 1924. He told us that whoever found the gun could have it. My cousin and I searched through the ashes for two days and my cousin finally found the gun. The pistol has been fully restored and while there is no way to prove the provenance, all I can say is that my grandfather was a totally honest man and I have no doubt that, indeed, he knew Wyatt Earp and the pistol was once belonged to him.
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