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I'm trying to add both an internal and external APU sound to the default 737-400 sound folder, which I alias to other aircraft. I had it working in a previous installation of FS2004 but have upgraded to Win 7 / 64 and reinstalled FS2004. I had posted this inquiry to the main FS 9 forum, and a respondent suggested that I post it here. I'm really new at this stuff and any help folks could provide would be appreciated.Thanks.Hardware: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 Processor 2.2 GHz / 4GB RAM / 320GB HDD / NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT w/ 1GB RAM

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Hi.I hope you get some help from someone in here. I too would like to know if this can be done.I love the way the LDS APU sound ramps up from nothing to full power.Thanks.


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