[P3D] Prepar3D V4 Academic Professional Plus 184.108.40.20620 Demo
Once started, let me recommend you do the following. Select the Performance tab at the top of the screen. Set the GPU Clock to the lowest setting available. For mine, this was 36 MHz. Set the VRAM to 128 or 256 MB. Depending on what your setup, just know this is the amount of VRAM you have in the hardware itself.
[P3D] Prepar3D v4 Academic Professional Plus 220.127.116.1120 Demo Once youre back in X-Plane, youll have to log out and back in again to load the Settings. Once loaded, hit the Configure button and then click on the Settings Tab.
[P3D] Prepar3D v4 Academic Professional Plus 18.104.22.16820 Demo
There, click on Graphics Settings. Make sure that the Use all VRAM box is checked. Also, check Save is off.
Highlight the folder for Prepar3D files (which is typically D:\Prepar3D\ ).
Select your Prepar3D version which is under the Version tab.
Highlight X-Plane and click Edit.
Click Add new folder and navigate to the 3rd party folder you created while downloading the necessary files.
Then click OK.
Click the Save button and then hit the Apply button in the upper right hand corner. Once that completes, close all open windows and double click on the relevant file in the Windows desktop (Install_Prepar3D_CP).
I have been looking for a simulator that simulates the plane I fly. Prepar3d is the closest I have seen yet. However when I try out the demo, it automatically starts the airbus A400, and when I try to fly the aircraft, I lose connection. What is going on?
Great news! I was afraid that the improvements would be minimal, especially with the recent changes to the control sticks. It looks like I was right though and I'm really glad that Prepar3D has improved in such a dramatic way, while maintaining all the great features that make it so attractive in the first place. This will really help me along my training and I'm looking forward to exploring the skies on Prepar3D.