Fly Away Simulation

Is there a trial version available...


I would like to make sure that it works on my computer before I drop 30 bucks on a game I can't play...All i'm looking for is a trial or something, not a free copy..

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David (The-GPS-Kid) Captain

Sorry there's no demo of FS2004.... I agree it would be a good idea but it's not Microsoft's policy to offer demo's of what they call their "games" software... (a lot on here would disagree it's a game hehe 😉 ).

If you want to stick your PC specs / details on here, people can advise you of it's likelihood for running FS2004.


1300 MhZ CPU, 1.30 GHz, 376 RAM Trident Blade 3D Accelerator

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David (The-GPS-Kid) Captain

Your PC would run ok with the basic package but you would not be able to use many of the more complex add-ons available as your RAM is just too small.

Also the Sim may get 'jumpy' in areas of a lot of scenery (like big cities).

Some would not recommend the sim on a PC with your specs but I used to run it on a 1.6Ghz PC with only 228Mb of RAM ........ it did work but you don't get to see the real sim with low specs like these.


So, if I upgrade my RAM, then I shouldn't have any problem? That would be great. I am really looking forward to flying.

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David (The-GPS-Kid) Captain

Upgrading the RAM wil help, but you also have quite a small processor at 1.3 so you need to consider that as well.

But I'm sure you could use the basic sim fine with a boost of your RAM, yip.

BashDaBish Guest

That graphics accelaerator seems mighty old as well. I think that 'Trident Blade' is an 8mb accelerator?
This will never run FS2004 so I would add a grahics card to that list.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news buddy.

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Greg (FL050) First Officer

I wouldn't see FS running well at all on that system. The best part about your PC is your CPU, which is still very lacking. I don't see how it would run at all on that 3D accelerator.

Sorry to bear the bad news

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