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  1. Thank you for your answer! One thing I've noticed is that every time I get an "out of memory" error those spikes are present. Does that mean that the problem is probably only related to pushing too much from my graphics card (and not related to the amount of availabe ram) or is it just a coincidence? If it is only related to the graphics card, will changing from 32 to 64 bits then make any difference at all (provided that I reduce my FSX settings)?
  2. Hello everyone, I don't know if this has already been asked somewhere (if so, please excuse me, as I'm a new member in this forum), but I'd like to know if a computer with 4 GB ram and windows vista 64 bits would run FSX with Airbus X, World of Ai and Aerosoft Mega Airports without getting "out of memory" errors. I'm asking this because I'm currently using a computer with 4 gb ram but with windows vista 32 bits (which gives more or less 3.3 gb of ram) and when I fly from Aerosoft Zurich 2012 to Aerosoft Paris Orly, nothing happens (although I can see sometimes some strange spikes raising in the air when changing views, which I assume are due to lack of availabre memory), but if I fly from Madrid Barrajas to Aerosoft Paris Orly I get one of those "out of memory" messages. Do you think this small amount of ram (from 3.3gb to 4 gb) will be enough not to get those errors? Thanks in advance
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