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Sean (SeanGa) Captain

hey, please tell me, where can I find my FS9 config file? Isn't it suppoed to be named "fs9.cfg" ? I can't find it anywhere...

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I need it to isntall Real environment Pro.

Thanks in advance

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

C/Documents and Settings/-Your Computers Name-/Application Data/Microsoft/FS9

Jamie4590 Guest

To search for a particular file type preceed it with *.

So to bring up all cfg files enter the search term as *.cfg

There will be lots of them so you can narrow the search by specifying a folder or particular drive to search. 😉

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Correct. ❗
But in this case he had simlpy to put fs9.cfg in the searching blank.Only 3 resutls and the one is the cfg.

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Sean (SeanGa) Captain

Ok greekman. I have tried both your methods, but with no luck.. when trying your first suggestion I couldn't find the folder named "appliaction data", and when trying your second method (search) I didn't get any results.

As to your suggestion Jamie, I found a bunch of .cfg files but none of the ones which started by "f" were fs9.cfg...

pfft.. where can it be!? I must have it, or else I guess FS9 would not have worked?

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Have you install it in Drive C? 🙄

Here is my path ➡

C:\Documents and Settings\GREEKMAN72\Application Data\Microsoft\FS9

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Sean (SeanGa) Captain

well, I can't find any folder named neither "FS9" nor "Application Data" on my computer.

I found 3 folders named Microsoft, but none of these contained the files you told me they would.

I have no clue of what to do

edit: yes, I have it installed on my C drive

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Go to Start/Control Panel/Folder Options.
In the New window hit View and under the Hidden Files or Folders select Show hidden files and Folders.

Then try the path again.

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Sean (SeanGa) Captain

Greekman72 wrote:

Go to Start/Control Panel/Folder Options.
In the New window hit View and under the Hidden Files or Folders select Show hidden files and Folders.

Then try the path again.

you are my hero 🍻

it works! thanks a lot! Wink

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

😀 😉

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Taylor First Officer

yea what he said 😀

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