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Hi can anyone help. Sorry if this should be posted somewhere else.

 

I had p3d v4 installed on my D: drive, something went wrong and I ended up uninstalling off this drive. On the reinstall it ended up on C: drive, reinstalled Orbx 

BASE Pack

VECTOR

open LC Europe,Mesh South America, North America

Regions

England

Scotland

Iceland Demo

Pacific Northwest Demo

 

The Pics show what I'm seeing. Something somewhere has become corrupt in the install, I think. Any advise will be welcomed

 

 

Lockheed Martin® Prepar3D® v4 25_02_2020 09_05_19.jpg

Lockheed Martin® Prepar3D® v4 25_02_2020 08_53_29.jpg

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Nick  Thanks for the response I've looked at both the posts that seem similar to my problem, checked for the .cfg files that are mentioned and can't find them. It's pointing to a corrupt install in my mind. Thoughts?

 

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Hello,

it could be this:

 

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Please note that the AppData and Programdata folders are hidden by default in the Windows File Explorer.

If you cannot see them, please go to your Windows File Explorer view options and check

"Show hidden files, folders and drives".

 

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okay fond the .cfg files in %PROGRAMDATA% folder  everything is active and although the file names are slightly different e.g ORBX!OPENLC_BASE is ORBX!OPENLC_ZBASE

 

I have run the reconfig tool and still have the pic as shown

 

Not sure where to go now.

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hi Nick

After a bit of thought and looking at the posts you suggested I think I have now sorted things. Removing the files you suggested in Night texture during.... post seems to have worked. just took a while to find the files. 

 

Did I say I'm newly back to P3D after 3 year break.  

 

Big thank you for your help.

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