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Nick (-Jester-) First Officer

hello, when im downloading my B-2 into the FS9 folder, i see a folder for the B-2 that says modle. well i dont see any other folder that says modle all i see that could possibly fit that is modules 😳.
The airplane is for FS9 and i need some help other then that its easy as cutting cake

Thanks for your answers

Nick

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

Your probably right about the modules, try it without doing it first and see what happens. You can ale ways go back, sometimes your just duplicated something for one aircraft that you did for another. Many gauges are that way.

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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.
Installing.
Ok,
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=double-click

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.

Radar

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Nick (-Jester-) First Officer

cool man thanks 😂

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