Return to Support home page
  All Products  |  Support  |  Search  |  Microsoft.com Guide
Microsoft.com Home Page
  Home     FAQs     Downloads     Newsgroups     Customer Service     Contact Us  
  Send Send the contents of this page to a Friend    Help View information on how to use this site effectively  
Product Support Centers
DirectX (Home User)
Games
Other Support Options
Contact Microsoft
Phone Numbers, Support Options and Pricing, Online Help, and more.
Customer Service
For non-technical assistance with product purchases, subscriptions, online services, events, training courses, corporate sales, piracy issues, and more.
Newsgroups
Pose a question to other users. Discussion groups and Forums about specific Microsoft products, technologies, and services.
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 110317

Screen Corruption When Aircraft Crashes

The information in this article applies to:
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator for MS-DOS 5.0
This article was previously published under Q110317

SUMMARY

After an aircraft crashes you may see some screen corruption in the upper-left corner of the screen as the situation resets itself.

MORE INFORMATION

This does not occur when flying the Cessna Skyline RGR R182. In VGA or SVGA resolution, the corruption appears as a patch of brown and white pixels. In EGA resolution it is recognizable as a gauge of some kind; however, it does not correspond to any actual gauge in any aircraft.

Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in Flight Simulator for MS-DOS, version 5.0.
Last Reviewed:5/7/2002
Keywords:kbbug KB110317

*