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John,I have both FS9 and FSX installed and currently use AS6.5 with both. I can no longer find the installation instructions for using AS6.5 with FSX and don't rememeber what I did to get it working. My question is do I have to deactivate or do anything else with AS6.5 or FSX before I install ASX? Don't want to chance buggering things up.Thanks,Ted.


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John,I forgot that AS6.5 was written for use with FSX. I was looking all over the forums for the FSX installation instructions when they were right in the FS9/modules/AS6 folder all along. I remembered there was some messing with the ini file, so I wanted to make sure that was correct.One other thing, I would still like to use FSUIPC 4.103 for configuration of my flight control devices. I realize that ASX uses simconnect, however will the weather controls in FSUIPC interfere with ASX?Sorry about all the questions, but I finally got FSX operating really well and I don't want to take any chances messing it up.Ted


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Hi Ted,FSUIPC should not interfere as long as you're not enabling its weather features.. keep those disabled.Best,


Damian Clark
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Thanks so much for the great program and the superb support.Ted


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The question from Ted and the answers from Jim and Damian are much appreciated!My FSX is also running like a well-oiled Swiss watch (or a ticking time-bomb) and doesn't need any disruptions.Many thanks to all,JackD

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