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bxscrewdriver Trainee

after downloading a plane how do i get it on FSX i don't see a aircraft folder like fs2004

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Rob (resmeyer) Trainee

bxscrewdriver wrote:

after downloading a plane how do i get it on FSX i don't see a aircraft folder like fs2004

Go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft games\Microsoft Flight Simulator x\SimObjects\Airplanes\
But remember that Airplanes from Flight Simulator 2004 not work corect.

Only a Hint Wink
Let me know if you any luck. Write to robentertainer@chello.nl
Rob Ecklestone from Holland.

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The_Finman Trainee

Not sure if this will help you, but it may give you an idea of the framework involved. Smile

I was trying to install PMDG's Beechcraft 1900C for FS 2004 on to FSX and I failed miserably. Then I found these conversion instructions that showed me where I went wrong. Maybe they can help you also.

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/23519/pmdg-beechcraft-1900c-d-for-fsx/

Anyway, good luck. Smile

JSMITH13 Guest

Can you even put FS2004 planes on to FSX? Because I downloaded some planes for FSX but they were for FS2004 and I dont know if downloaded them wrong or if they wont even work because thare ment for FS2004?

Can someone please help me answer that question?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

JSMITH13 wrote:

Can you even put FS2004 planes on to FSX? Because I downloaded some planes for FSX but they were for FS2004 and I dont know if downloaded them wrong or if they wont even work because thare ment for FS2004?

Can someone please help me answer that question?

Put them were resmeyer said.
https://flyawaysimulation.com/knowledge/page/34/installing-addon-flight-simulator-downloads/ 2004 tutorial.

The gauges are a problem with most.

Radar

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azabro First Officer

I Usually Extract the aircraft to somewhere like the desktop first, then open the extracted aircraft folder, becuase sometimes there is more than one folder before the Actual Aircraft Folder. Then paste the Actual Aircraft folder to where resmeyer Said.

Hope this makes sense... Embarassed

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