It's interesting that you're asking me. Seriously. I just got home and was expecting several others to have posted before now.
I've never had Prepar3d V1.x so this is new to me too.
First another screen shot. This how I've chosen start P3D v2.
The reason for that, is that I at least get to see something
. With a great deal of work anyway.
Otherwise, Prepar3d V2 starts with whatever the default plane is, throttled up and starting to take off. Not all that fun, as this is what I do see.
I have an AMD Radeon card that meets the requirements, but mort of the people writing about problems have NVidia cards, GTX cards look to be at, or near, the top of the list with problems. But there are many with barely marginal systems that are doing ok.
As to the NVidia cards being foremost with problems, that's probably to do with NVidia being in favor with FSX simmers, i.e. many more cards out there.
I may find a solution to my video problem later tonight, but I'm not worried, there's no way that LM could have tested the millions of possible computer configurations that do exist.
So far I've tried moving ALL of the settings down to the absolute minimum. That's encouraging, because if that did
work, than it would mean that my system is underpowered. My guess is that it's just a driver.