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I just got a new computer. I have not really done a whole lot of flying except tooling around over Syria. Two or three different flights I noticed part of the display gets a black box covering all or most of the screen. It goes away if I move my head (I think) to left or right. The screen is regenerating for lack of better word. (Again, I think). Just wondering if it is a known problem and if there is a solution. I will try to get a picture of it when it reoccurs. Otherwise the sim rocks on my new hardware.

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@Flappie - thanks for the reply. if i see it again i will try to get more details and screenshot / video. now that you mention it, i think it happened dusk. syria in june at 1930 hours

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@Flappie - i have flown several times and have yet to see the issue again. only change i made was to disable game bar because i saw that referenced in other's problem reports. if it recoccurs i will come back and report. thanks for assisting.

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Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company. Mark Twain

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Alienware Aurora R12, 2TB M.2 PCIe SSD, RTX 3090 24GB , i9 11900KF, 128GB Quad Channel DDR4 XMP at 3400MHz, Dell AW3420DW

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