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gsx1100 Trainee

Confused newbie wants to know: When a file is required to complete a download
eg: FCUIPX (or whatever) where are these files kept?

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Confused When you d/load you can specify where the file is going to be kept

I have a folder in My Documents for aircraft,scenery and fs other and just direct each d/load to the right folder(handy for backig up to cd as you know where they are)

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gsx1100 Trainee

No,I dont mean the download file itself. I mean when the instructions for that particular aircraft say file XYZ is required to make the download work.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Ermm... If an extra file is required it should tell you in the read me file

What exactly have you d/loaded and what is it telling you to add

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gsx1100 Trainee

DHC6-300 Requires file FSUIP3.X Before you can use the plane in FS 2004

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RadarMan Chief Captain
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gsx1100 Trainee

I suppose what i am trying to say is that i find the process of downloading/installing files from the flyaway site to FS 2004 to be frustrating to say the least.i am continually ending up with a plane that has little or no detail on the cockpit panel or the cockpit of a different plane. What is it about these files that make them so hard to install/run correctly?Also, why are some plane download files (say) 2mb and others (say) 17mb? I am lost in space over the whole business.

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George (OrlandoGeorge) First Officer

GSX-1100,

Your question is a familiar one. Hang in there you are getting started on learning alot. There is a comprehensive list of FAQ's here in the Forums and I think you will find all the answers covered. Of course there are a lot of people here that will assist you along the way.

DON'T QUIT!! Laughing

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Dave Copeland (davec) Captain

gsx1100 wrote:

I suppose what i am trying to say is that i find the process of downloading/installing files from the flyaway site to FS 2004 to be frustrating to say the least.i am continually ending up with a plane that has little or no detail on the cockpit panel or the cockpit of a different plane. What is it about these files that make them so hard to install/run correctly?Also, why are some plane download files (say) 2mb and others (say) 17mb? I am lost in space over the whole business.

Suggest you download Flight Sim Manager - details in post -
[URL]https://flyawaysimulation.com/postlite2527-rani.html+hossian
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It is free and has a Wizard for installing and uninstalling - even has a screenshot facility and a fairly good FS diagnostic tool. [/url][/u]

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Netz Rafi (Rafi) First Officer

Davec
I tried to install it and I had no problem on one computer (the old one) but on the other at the screen where it should ask me where is the flight-sim and which one (2002 or 2004) it stack. So before I am going to spend time to see what to do, is it worth it and it is use full (diagnostic and other staff).
It is asking for some other driver named FSUIPC. It is some driver for 40$ so what do you think about it?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Rafi,
Read this post I just made in the Aircraft section.

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/2608/fsuipc/

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RanaUK Guest

Rafi wrote:

Davec
I tried to install it and I had no problem on one computer (the old one) but on the other at the screen where it should ask me where is the flight-sim and which one (2002 or 2004) it stack. So before I am going to spend time to see what to do, is it worth it and it is use full (diagnostic and other staff).
It is asking for some other driver named FSUIPC. It is some driver for 40$ so what do you think about it?

Hi Rafi,

as FlightSim Manager is Freeware, Pete (author of FSUIPC) has kindly granted me a Freeware license, which means you don't need a registered copy of FSUIPC to use with FlightSim Manager.

On the screen, if it has picked up both FS2002/4 and the path is correct, please click the close button, and it should continue with the program.

If you need any support on FSM you can do so at http://softwares.ranainside.com/

Regards
Rana Hossain
Author of Freeware FlightSim Manager

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