DX10 Scenery Fixer

The product resolves the majority of the issues in the FSX “DX10 Preview mode” and has allowed many flight simmers to switch to DX10 and fly with shadows in their virtual cockpits.

Airports sceneries that use the FS9 SDK will no longer appear as grey and untextured at night. Similarly legacy aircraft built with older SDKs will no longer appear grey. This is shown in the composite picture above where the left hand side has DX10SF enabled. Aircraft shadows are both more accurate in placement and improved in quality.

Important note

Please ensure that FSX DX10 Preview mode performs satisfactorily on your PC before purchase. DX10 Scenery Fixer only addresses graphical issues – it does not boost performance.

Here is a pdf guide which describes the installation process and contains links to web resources on moving to DX10.  Read Me First

I do not sell directly to customers – instead DX10SceneryFixer is available from FastSpring a US based reseller below


Having purchased you will receive an email with a download link , normally within a few seconds.  If you have any problems in the payment process or do not receive the email within an hour then please contact FastSpring support using the following link:

FastSpring Support

If the issue is not resolved promptly by them then you may contact me to chase them on your behalf.

After purchase  I recommend that you follow this blog for news of any updates

435 Responses to DX10 Scenery Fixer

  1. Bruce says:

    Hi Steve,
    Is your DX10 Scenery Fixer the same product as your previously named 3D Shader V3.11 or is it an upgrade with enhanced capability?


    • stevefsx says:

      It is a big upgrade. It provides support for legacy scenery and aircraft (written with earlier fs sdks) improved quality vc shadows with more accurate placement, fixes almost all transparency issues etc etc.

      It also has an additional addon that provides cloud shadows.

  2. Bruce says:

    Thanks for your response Steve. Have now bought and installed the programme and it is working well. Many thanks for developing such a welcome addition to MSX.

    Kind regards

  3. Victor Green says:

    Hello Steve,
    I installed my REX4 Texture direct after installing the fixer. Do I need to reinstall the library to check REX in the addon box since it was not checked on initial installation?
    Thanks, Vic G.

    • stevefsx says:

      No need.

      In fact it’s practically impossible to get back to that dialog!

      All the fixer does if you tell it you have Rex is to tell you to select the dx10 options in Rex and avoid 32 bit water.

      Similarly the other product options just set some fixer settings that are anyway documented in the manual and can be set after the install.

      It’s a first time only screen to help people who haven’t yet read the manual!

  4. Jason Cardeira says:

    i bought the fixer, a few months ago, where do i must go to get the update ?

    • stevefsx says:

      I can see you downloaded it so I assume that you worked it out. Shout if you need any help.

      • Jason Cardeira says:

        yup, i thought i bought it from FSstore, but it was here by fastspring. i checked my email, i i have everything there. Thanks anyway Steve

    • Andreas Laible says:

      hello steve can you reset my download link i hafe the version 3.2 and i have the fixer buy in the simmarket store.i would to update to the 3.3 version. thank you very mutch. and greeze andy

  5. I wanted to reinstall the DX10 fixer and cloud shadows add-ons, but have lost the installation files, is it possible to get a new link for them?

  6. paul grubich says:

    I bought this a couple years ago and want to try it again but cannot remember where I purchased it. What vendors do you use?

  7. stevefsx says:

    I have approved it but I think it’s still being treated as spam

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