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Where is my "Briefing Time"?

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Help!!! I recently did a reinstall of FSX and loaded SP2. I foolishly thought the Briefing Time B25 would be in a folder somewhere like my CLS was. Where might I find it on the hard drive (under what? I've tried B25, Maamsim etc. when searching) or does Maam-Sim allow more than 1 download as does flight sim pilot shop? Thanks!!!

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rdunn6 The B25 is made for FS9. Remember that in FS9 there is a folder Aircraft. This folder is created in FSX and contains the B25.In order to make the B25 work you need to move her from the folder Aircraft to the folder ...\Simobjects\Airplanesand apply the fix to each texture. Hartwig

Help!!! I recently did a reinstall of FSX and loaded SP2. I foolishly thought the Briefing Time B25 would be in a folder somewhere like my CLS was. Where might I find it on the hard drive (under what? I've tried B25, Maamsim etc. when searching) or does Maam-Sim allow more than 1 download as does flight sim pilot shop? Thanks!!!

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To my horror, I found the aircraft folder missing. How I don't know. It doesn't show up under "search". Does Maam offer multiple downloads?

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Help!!! I recently did a reinstall of FSX and loaded SP2. I foolishly thought the Briefing Time B25 would be in a folder somewhere like my CLS was. Where might I find it on the hard drive (under what? I've tried B25, Maamsim etc. when searching) or does Maam-Sim allow more than 1 download as does flight sim pilot shop? Thanks!!!
Sure thing. You don't give your name, so I can't look up your order on the store to renew the DL link, but if you shoot me an e-mail to maam-sim@maam.org I'll be happy to do so. Then be sure to use the FSX Basic Compatibility Update from our Free Stuff Page to do the install to FSX.Cheers, Bill

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