7 Replies Latest reply on May 1, 2014 5:25 PM by Yups

    Anisotropic Filtering does not work in MS Flight Simulator 2004.




      My system has an Intel Core i5-4250U with Intel HD 5000. I am running Windows 7 x64.


      I like to play an older game: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and it seems to run pretty well on the HD 5000. However, the anisotropic filtering setting in the Intel Control Panel has no effect in-game. The distant and slanted textures are very blurry and usually anisotropic filtering helps eliminate this effect.


      I have another computer with an nVidia graphics and AF makes a huge difference.


      Also, FS2004 does not have an in-game setting to enable AF. It is usually done in the video card drivers.


      Any hopes of getting AF to work in FS2004?