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Hi its my first post inthe Avsim Forum and I have a question of great importance.About 1,5 months ago i bought FSX and installed it in my computer where I also had FS9 with big collection of Payware Aircraft(PMDG737 747; Level-d 767, dreamfleet 727,...) but anywayafter seeing FSX low capacity in my computer I prefered to use FS9 so I uninstalled FSX, but by doing so I couldn

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Did you uninstall using Add/Remove programs or just delete the folders? Your registry may have remnants of both which need to be deleted. If you are happy using regedit then back up the registry and do a search for both versions.

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Yes I always uninstall programs from the Control Panel Add and Remove or from FS9 uninstall from the CD. And after that I removed the files from C:Program Files........ that still remain. Althought doing all this and even deleting FS2004 files from My Documents it still won

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What error message (if any) do you get when it stops at 17%Jim

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Actually when it reaches 17% it just stops and stay in that way even blocking temporally my computer and after a while it returns yo normal, the Computer that is, and the installaation panel says: "MSFS2004 has encountered a problem en the disc ( as in c:; I have it in spanish) when writing C:Program Files.....FS9Chartslessonskpae-vor.gif make sure the disc is not full and reinstall the program" giving you the option to retry or cancell the installation of which both I

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You can try this:Backup all your important data to CD or DVD and then try a System Restore to a date BEFORE you installed FSX.If that works -1.Run a good Registry & Disk Cleaner like the excellent free CCleaner (http://www.ccleaner.com/)2. Defrag the hard-disk3. Now try installing FS9Again - please make sure you have all important data on your computer backed-up :)

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