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trouble with gauges

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

i dont noramally d/load panels but the last one i did i put the gauges in the FS9 Gauge folder exactly what the readme said but the gauges are not on the panel the panel is tehre but the gauges arnt. anyone got any ideas?

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Provide us the crafts link would be more helpful JJB 😉

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lkw First Officer

Are you missing all the gauges or just some of them?

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

the only thing is that if you go to fsdome find a file and copy and paste the address is doesnt take you to the specific page... but and way go to www.fsdome.com search database FS2004 Panels/ Gauges, type B757-200 Panel and it is on the first page 4th 1 down. and none of the gauges are there only the panel but no gauges.

the name of it is hmb767v2.zip

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RadarMan Chief Captain
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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

thats it radarman i do everyth8ng the readme says but still no gauges

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

anyone got a solution?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Empty the contents of the gauge folder into the main gauge folder don't put folder into folder.
If the sound gauge causes an error, dump it.

Get the latest FSUIPC and exchange it for your old one but don't throw away the old one, put it in a new folder and keep it somewhere safe.

I'm moving this to the aircraft forum after you read it.

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Installation
I strongly recommend that you download and install Pete Dawson's FSUIPC freeware before anything else. It's the only way to make sure that any third party's panel or gauges work.

copy the gauge files into the Flight Simulator 9 gauge folder.
Copy the panel files into any B767 aircraft of your choice.
Copy the four"wav" files into the Flight Simulator 9 main sound folder (not the aircraft sound folder).
Copy the GaugeSound.dll into the main Flight Simulator 9 folder as well as into the Windows/System 32 folder.
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Radar

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

k ill give it a try

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