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harddrive questions for fsx and windows 7 64Bit

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Guest stevepow

I made this video to ask my questions it was better then writing it

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Steve,It is something new on the forums to be seen, the video message instead of text, but I for one, would prefer text.

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Guest justinm001

couldnt be stuffed watching the video, youtube to slow :)but format/allocate your raptor drive (with just fsx installed) to 64k blocks instead of whatever windows wants to default to.Dont change your windows drive or it will probably end in tears :)

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Steve,It is something new on the forums to be seen, the video message instead of text, but I for one, would prefer text.
I second your preference in this case but would like a second opportunity with something a little more palatable in the form of feminine to give a more complete and objective opinion. Steve just doesn

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Gary Andersen

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Sounds like you


"I´ll rather be down here wishing I was up there

than be up there wishing I was down here"

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