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Hello everyone,I just downloaded the Ready for Pushback which is now freeware. However, my computer so slow that I can't make it fly. So I was looking for a less big 747-200 with a VC. I wondered if the Ready for Pushback v1 is available? Does anyone know?Thanks, francois203 :-)

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RFP V 1.0 is/was payware and has not been released to the public domain. It wouldn't solve your problem anyway... Have you tried the POSky 747s?DJ

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If your using FS2004, Ready for Pushback V1 would not be compatible. There is a way to block out the VC though ala' Hex Editor.I really can't imagine flying this equipment without the VC and Cabin.You can visit The Ready for Pushback Unofficial Forum.http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=show_topics&forum=282ORReady for Pushback and Ready for Pushback ViP Edition forum.http://41686.rapidforum.com/For helpful support.Cheers'http://ny.connectelectric.net-a.googlepages.com/1.jpghttp://ny.connectelectric.net-a.googlepage.../fsluserbar.jpgAmerican HaulerT. Headlam

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Hello,Although I don't think it really matters much I would like to clarify something here. V1 of the RFP 747-200 was originally made for FS2002. When FS2004 came out they made a patch to make it compatible and work great with FS2004.I'm a V1 customer and I never purchased V2 of the plane myself, although I hear it's great albeit complex to get started up. I currently have the RFP 747-200 V1 with the FS2004 patch installed on my system.Regards

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You can merge the RFP 2D panel with the Posky 742 model pretty easily - there are several threads on Avsim that list the changes needed to the panel.cfg file to accomplish this. I went this route because I didn't like the performance of the stock RFP on my computer either. John G.

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