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IM HAVING TROUBLE FINDING THE PLANES THAT I DOWNLOAD THE README FILE TELLS ME TO PUT THE WHOLE FOLDER IN THE AIRCRAFT FOLDER BUT TO MY DISSMAY, I CANT SEEM TO DO IT RIGHT! ALSO WHEN I EXTRACT USING ZIP CENTRAL ,I DONT THINK IT ROUTES THE FILES CORRECTLY. ALSO WHEN I ROTATE THE PLANE FOR TAKEOFF USING THE DEFAULT A/C,MY SYSTEM CRASHES ANY SUGGESTIONS JEFF AKINS:-newbie

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Well, for starters you can hit that little CAPS LOCK key with your left pinky. We aren't deaf.Look at how the default planes are laid out. Look at the directory structure and what type files are in which folders. Then, do the same with your new aircraft. If there are gauge files included, put them in the FS2002/gauge folder.As for your system crashing, I would suggest you provide a bit more info as to what computer components you have and the specifics about what is going on when it crashes (what view are you in, etc). For starters, what video card and drivers are you using? What other programs are running? Do you have any addon software for FS2002 installed?

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Sorry, i wasnt yelling at you , Just this #@%& computer im used to Fly!II directory, it easy to put things in there. but it will get better here! O.k. I`ll try what you said to do,As for the crashes Im using logitech wingman 3d digital stickIm in the cockpit view with no other views open, no runing programs anti virus disabledsis 3d card, 196k mem Hope this helps Jeff Akins

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Oh yeah are`nt you the funny one like you can talk - notCan`t type either

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why dont you give a guy a respectful answer instead of making funoff him this IS a forum to help other people out in a tough time Maybe its better to go back where i came from and throw away this piece of crap sim that all of you are so glad about! :-fume

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Why do you need to know? I already said, if you installed in C drive, your aircraft folder is c:/program files/microsoft games/fs2002/aircraftIf you installed in D, its d:/program files/microsoft games/fs2002/aircraft Get the point?http://www.urphoto.com/users/94497/69560/1025471nodos.jpgGet All of My Repaints [a href=http://ftp.avsim.com/library/esearch.php?DLID=&Name=&FileName=&Author=lee&CatID=fs2002ac]HERE![/a]

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