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Hi All,1 Just received radar contact 4.3 cd version. I extracted the files into a temporary folder. Ran the exe file and all is well with the installer but where should I direct the program to? My fsx is on it's own partition the drive letter "D". The default radar contact wants to install the program to "C\program files (x86). Should I just install it to the "C" drive under program files or redirect it to an fsx folder or it's own folder on the "D" drive?2. I have an older version of FSUIPC version. I believe it is something like version 4.728. I found an update version 4.754. I extracted these files and there is a .dll file. When I click on the .dll file it won't open and asks which program would I like to use to open it. It has been a while since I installed the original version and I can't recall or find any info on the internet on what to do with these files. Any help would be appreciated.ThanksJim

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Hi All,1 Just received radar contact 4.3 cd version. I extracted the files into a temporary folder. Ran the exe file and all is well with the installer but where should I direct the program to? My fsx is on it's own partition the drive letter "D". The default radar contact wants to install the program to "Cprogram files (x86). Should I just install it to the "C" drive under program files or redirect it to an fsx folder or it's own folder on the "D" drive?2. I have an older version of FSUIPC version. I believe it is something like version 4.728. I found an update version 4.754. I extracted these files and there is a .dll file. When I click on the .dll file it won't open and asks which program would I like to use to open it. It has been a while since I installed the original version and I can't recall or find any info on the internet on what to do with these files. Any help would be appreciated.ThanksJim
1. i'm pretty sure it doesn't matter. i've run it from both the default and a separate drive on different installs over the years..2. you just copy that dll file into your fsx/modules folder and it replaces the previous version. sometimes over major version updates you are better off just getting the full installer and re-running thatcheers-andy crosby

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No, it doesn't matter where RC-4 is installed. Mine is in C drive (X86) programs and my FSX is in F drive. Those that know much more than I state it belongs in the (X86) programs folder though.


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