Importing Planes

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Hi I haave flight simulator 2004 and I am trying to get two planes put on there how do you do this here is the site the planes are Bluestream Airlines Beechcraft 1990D and b19usxai can anyone help please?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

You need WinZip to unzip the folders.
You can get the trial one at WinZip it's the best you can use and the trial will last for years.

I think I know what you are asking but I try answering two ways.
One, If you cannot find your downloads to "unzip" them, send them to "My Computer", "My Briefcase" or even to "Desktop".
You can enter them from any of those areas.
I download to a folder that I have in "My Briefcase" it's just handy for me that way.
I do it a more complicated way, but it works.
Make certain you have a full aircraft not just textures.

Unzip the file and now it's in it's own little window, you work from there. Dump the jpgs.


dblc on "My Computer"
dblc on The "C" drive icon.
dblc on "Program files"
dblc on "Microsoft Games".
dblc on "Flight Simulator.

Now you have all the folders laid out in front of you.
Follow the directions in the read-me that came with the aircraft.
Put the gauges in the gauge folder.
Put the effects in the effects folder.
Put the aircraft in the aircraft folder; make certain it has the correct name of the plane.

Now go crash land like I do.


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Hi did the sound and gauges and textures but I don't know what to do for panels and models all my folders are are moduels aircraft gages sound texture and config

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RadarMan Chief Captain

If the "read-me" tells you to put the gauges and effects into the main folder, do it.
The aircraft folder which usually consists of the panel, config, textures, sounds etc. all go in one folder into the main aircraft folder.
Try one or two of Mike Stones aircraft and you'll get the idea quickly.


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