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PMDG FS9 planes (737, BUT MOSTLY 1900D!) into FSX

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Hey guys, I was bored on a typical saturday and browsed pmdg's products, I have all of them except the fs9 ones... The beech 1900's are a must have addon for me and would like to know how to get them working in fsx. I do not have FS9, obviously, just FSX. Do I just buy the plane then continue with installer and instead of a directory of FS9, FSX??? Thanks, Steve

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There are some changes that need to be made for the Beech 1900C/D for FSX. I don't know if you can install it directly to FSX, or even a temp folder so it can be migrated as their support page states. Some have claimed to have gotten the 737NG to work in FSX, but PMDG does not have a guide on it nor have I seen anyone post a way to get it to work either.


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