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Help!! I have a fully functional DC3 package but the autopilot does not show up in any of the a/c. It used to be there but I recently changed PC's (to a Vista machine) and the AP disappeared. Any ideas why and how I "retrieve it". txs,ChrisCYVR

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Help!! I have a fully functional DC3 package but the autopilot does not show up in any of the a/c. It used to be there but I recently changed PC's (to a Vista machine) and the AP disappeared. Any ideas why and how I "retrieve it". txs,ChrisCYVR
Hi Chris. The Sperry is a separate gauge called SPERRY.gau and it sounds like you misplaced it. How did you transfer it to your new system? Was it a re-install from the CD or saved download installer? Or did you just copy everything across?

Bill Rambow

MAAM-SIM

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Hi Chris. The Sperry is a separate gauge called SPERRY.gau and it sounds like you misplaced it. How did you transfer it to your new system? Was it a re-install from the CD or saved download installer? Or did you just copy everything across?
Thanks for the response......Where should the gauge be located? I have tried moving it around to obvious places with no success. Locations placed include the FSX Gauges folder and the fsx-maam-dc3 folder within the gauges folder. I reloaded the MAAM DC-3 package directly from a link on the MAAM site.thanks in advance,Chris

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Aarrrgh...now I have the opposite situation. the Auto pilot is visible but all the other gauges have dissapeared!!!!My file structure is:Microsoft Flight Simulation X/Gauges/fsx-maam-dc3The sperry autopilot files are in the Gauges folder and the remainder of the DC-3 gauges are in the fsx-maam-dc3 folder within the Gauges folder.Any help or advice is appreciated...the folder structure described above is identical to my old PC.ChrisYVR

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After screwing around with this issue for the past three days I finally just scrapped the works are reinstalled the MAAM DC-3 from a backup copy. All is well now and all gauges are visible and function as they should. On to the World rally 2009!!!!

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