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Lee last won the day on August 5 2019

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  1. I pre-ordered. Anyone else? TrackIR will be supported at release and VR maybe by October, with the HP Reverb the first supported headset. I see Thrustmaster is releasing an Airbus side-stick version of the T.16000 and an Airbus style dual throttle, likely motivated by the FS 2020 release. Currently busy doing some clean-up and maintenance on my flight sim workstation.
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    Grounded

    I live in Virginia Beach and the storm center went by about 40 miles west of us. Power out from 0645 Tuesday until 0100 Wednesday.
  3. Congratulations Hotlead!
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    Zuper VR!

    According to the PCMag Reverb G2 review: ” HP recommends at least an Intel Core i7 or Xeon E3-1240 v5 CPU; Nvidia GTX 1080, Quadro P5200, or Radeon Pro WX 8200 GPU; and 16GB of RAM. That's twice the RAM and a good step or two higher each for CPU and GPU (from a Core i5-4590 and Nvidia GTX 1060 or 970) than you need to use the Rift S. You also need a DisplayPort 1.3 port and a USB 3.0 port“
  5. I still have RoF installed, TrackIR and a Rift. I’d be up for either sim. 777 did screw up the FC two-seater plane by giving the Entente Bristols instead of RE.8s.
  6. While on my recent Elite Dangerous exploration, my Oculus Rift right earphone lost audio. By fiddling with the right slip joint on the headset, I could get it working again, but only intermittently. When exploring, I’m always lifting the headset so I can see to make notes. I figure with all the extra movement of I wore or frayed a cable in the slip joint. This seems to be a common problem with the rift as I was able to find a relatively easy fix on the web. It appears the earphone loses ground when the cable frays, so using a length of fine telephone wire to connect the botton pins (ground?) on the left and right earphone restores functionality. At least it did for me. Here are the YouTube links showing how it’s done. Left earphone fix, excellent step by step instructions. https://youtu.be/oLrT94lakpo Right earphone fix, basically saying the left fix works for the right earphone too. https://youtu.be/DNZ-i5K3fZ0
  7. I noted one instance of rubber banding, but no other connection issues.
  8. Does your mother board have built in graphics? Unlikely long shot might be you’re running on built in intel graphics not the 1080Ti.
  9. Good to hear you’re safe Vic!
  10. Found this, although I suspect you already have it. https://www.thewindowsclub.com/driver-verifier-dma-violation
  11. I won’t be flying this Saturday (Sep 21). Grandkids visiting and the Thunderbirds are at Oceana this weekend.
  12. Lee

    BOX update

    I had to delete the entire Update folder before it would update.
  13. There was a family renting our oceanfront house one week when it rained every day. From the comments they left in the guest book, they were starting to get cabin fever and were a bit depressed................ until they found the Legos! We have a couple of big bins of legos in the house for rainy days acquired over the years at garage sales. Apparently saved their vacation.
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