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hello boys,i'm in the md11 in fs9 in windows 7 but i have nog gauges do you know any solution??regards patrick

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Windows 7 is in an early public beta, and is no way near its release version so I don't really think its fair to ask PMDG to troubleshoot issues with it... If you want to try out Windows 7 i would recommend a dual boot with Vista or XP so you can still use ur PC without problem...Just my 2 centsJibran

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Patrick,I haven't installed the beta yet (going to do so soon) but can you try a couple things - uninstall the plane, then reinstall it using the "Run as Administrator" option (right click). Also, run FS in the same way, with Run as Administrator.

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Patrick,I haven't installed the beta yet (going to do so soon) but can you try a couple things - uninstall the plane, then reinstall it using the "Run as Administrator" option (right click). Also, run FS in the same way, with Run as Administrator.
Hello Patrick and Ryan,Since last week I run Win 7 64bits and I Install MD 11 and 747 for FSX with no problem at all, another add on I install Global 2008, some Aerosoft add on, they work just fine. Cheers,John. :(

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My FSX on XP days are over. Been flying exclusively on Win 7 64.Note: If going from XP to Win7, you must do file permission home work before installing -get Vista security info.My puter specsMobo: Asus p5n e sliRam: 4 gigs Video: 8800 gts 640Cpu: e8400

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