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Help w/downloading planes in 2002

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kmamark2000 Trainee

I downloaded several planes from the site, more thoguh don't have gauges. Can anyone help me? I like to use guages to fly but if the plane just has blank spaces, makes it hard to fly. I know about moving the GAUGES file contents to the GAUGES folder, but most os the downloads don't have the file. Whatever shall I do?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

You'll have to find another aircraft that has the gauge folder, after a while you'll find that if you have installed many aircraft you'll have most of the gauges that you need in your main gauge folder.
Which are you looking for, we'll see if we can help find them.

Radar

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Do you have the Pro or Standard version of FS2002 ❓

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kmamark2000 Trainee

I have Pro

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Tailhook Chief Captain

I asked because many users of FS2002 Standard are not aware that some add-ons are only compatible with FS2002 Pro.

Follow RadarMan's advice, he's put you on the right track.

Keep in mind that in most cases when the download doesn't include a Gauges folder, the aircraft uses default gauges.

Only seldom do you get a panel where the author explicitly states in the readme file or installation instructions that you need additional gauges from another source.
An example are the Concorde-gauges which are required for some non-Concorde panels.

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