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Jim Lapinsky (7ECA-Captain) First Officer

Hi, All I was installing my old FS9 the other day and for some reason have missplaced the key. Does anyone know how to obtain it, or failing that can send me a copy on PM of theirs.

Cheers....

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RadarMan Chief Captain
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Jim Lapinsky (7ECA-Captain) First Officer

Thanks, I wonder where the original one was. I have the version with the collectors tin and was sure the key was on the tin somewhere... Does anyone have this version?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I have the tin also and there is a number on the back of the cardboard 4CD folder.

Radar

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Jim Lapinsky (7ECA-Captain) First Officer

Thanks, I'll take another look.

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Nick (truckernick) First Officer

Just buy FSX, fs9 is obsolet and outdated.
Move to the furture man. X.

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Jim Lapinsky (7ECA-Captain) First Officer

Thanks Trucker....

Had FSX ... was crap ... went to FS9 with a few scenery add ons and is way better. Sometimes the past is better.

Again explains why you're driving trucks rather than flying planes ...

Wink

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Welshflyer Captain

truckernick wrote:

Just buy FSX, fs9 is obsolet and outdated.
Move to the furture man. X.

FSX is nowhere near as good as FS2004, mine is gathering dust somewhere. The World is not a desert (as the UK is depicted in summer 😳 ), aircraft engines do not sound like washing machines (as they do in FSX) and you don't need a PC that NASA would be proud of to run FS2004.

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Jim Lapinsky (7ECA-Captain) First Officer

I found FS2004 to be as good or better than FSX. It runs way better, has more add ons and once you upgrade the scenery it is as good any day as FSX. I originally had FSX and went out and bought FS2004. I've been very hapy with FS2004 and would never recomend FSX to anyone. Hopefully microsoft will come out with a better version as there were a few (very few) good things in FSX.

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