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FS2002dw.cfg??!! What is it??

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Hey guys, anyone else have this in their FS folder and have a clue where it comes from?? I keep getting terrain.dll errors and also a few other dll errors and this cfg is always listed in the error report. I opend it and it looks like an exact copy of the normal FS 2002.cfg. I deleted it several times and it almost always loads without error after I delete it, but the file returns. I don't remember it being default! I'd look on the CD, but I don't have it with me.Regards, Michaelhttp://mysite.verizon.net/res052cd/mybannercva1.jpgCalVirAir International VAwww.calvirair.comCougar Mountain Helicopters & Aviationwww.cgrmtnhelos.com

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It is made by the error box and sent to Microsoft with bug report - I have one.

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What the above poster indicated! Generally, the Microsoft Send/Don't Send will send two files to Microsoft when an error occurs. They are:FS2002dw.cfg - which is a copy of your fs2002.cfg filedxdiag.txt - which is a copy of your directx diagnostic file.If Windows, other than an application that has a special Dr. Watson folder, see fs20021033dwintl.dll and fs2002dw.exe, other files may be sent to Microsoft if Dr. Watson is operating properly.In WinXP, Dr. Watson is turned on and monitoring as a default. For Win98/ME, you would need to turn Dr. Watson ON for Windows errors. If an application has the files in the above paragraph, then they work independently from the basic Dr. Watson.

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