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Superhornet/FA-18E

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Vladimir Mravic (Drazice) Trainee

I have downloaded Superhornet-FA-18E from this site. I have installed them in my FS 2004 properly. I installed in the "aircraft" folder after unzipping. Everything is going well. But me FS 2004 did not recognize
the aircraft. What is going on. Could somebody help me. Mad [/b]

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Ok, I downloaded and installed the Superhornet-FA-18E from our site.
1-I dumped all the jpg's, the files (after reading them).
2-Put the contents of the "effects" folder into your "main effects folder".
3-Unzip the aircraft and put the entire folder into your main aircraft folder".
4-Look under "Boeing" and it'll be there, a dozen (or more) variations of the craft.
5-The aircraft file alone is 173mb.

Wow, is that a beauty, you better have a fast computer (CPU) and plenty of ram. This baby drinks it up and is fast and gone before I knew it.
I have a load of screen shots and will post them here later.

FS2004 Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
fa18esh3_13805.zip

Radar

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Vladimir Mravic (Drazice) Trainee

RadarMan wrote:

Ok, I downloaded and installed the Superhornet-FA-18E from our site.
1-I dumped all the jpg's, the files (after reading them).
2-Put the contents of the "effects" folder into your "main effects folder".
3-Unzip the aircraft and put the entire folder into your main aircraft folder".
4-Look under "Boeing" and it'll be there, a dozen (or more) variations of the craft.
5-The aircraft file alone is 173mb.

Wow, is that a beauty, you better have a fast computer (CPU) and plenty of ram. This baby drinks it up and is fast and gone before I knew it.
I have a load of screen shots and will post them here later.

FS2004 Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
fa18esh3_13805.zip

😂

Radar

O.K. I fix it. Very impressive. My computer is very fast and plenty of memory.Thank`s for advice.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

👍 Glad to hear it's working for you, enjoy it, one heck of an aircraft.

Radar

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