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FS9 Patch uninstall?

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Hi all! I was wondering how you go about uninstalling the Fs9 patch. I had a hiccup at the dislay config flile during installation and i cancelled the installation. I tried to re-install the patch and it told me that the patch already appeared to be installed and would not let me install it over itself. I am sure that i didnt get the whole thing installed so need to figure out how o remove it then re-install it. nay help would be appreciated! Thanks! Mike

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Thnaks for the response Chris, unfortunatly iI dont see that folder anywhere...any other ideas?

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If you don't have a BACKUP folder in your root FS2004 directory, you are hosed. You'll need to reinstall FS2004 from scratch.

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Hi, Try this:Your *.dll that's are in the fs2004module should be the default fs2004 one, they are in disc 2 in the MSGAME3.CAB, restore all your original *.dll from fs2004 disc 2 in the MSGAME3.CAB they should go here fs2004module. Install the default generic.bgl file: 1. Insert the

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ChrisI've done what you suggest above but I'mm getting a G3D.dll error message when I try to start up FS9. Can't uninstall FS9 because i can't find the uninstall file...

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>Chris>>I've done what you suggest above but I'mm getting a G3D.dll>error message when I try to start up FS9. Can't uninstall FS9>because i can't find the uninstall file...Put CD#1 in your drive.Wait a few momentsClick on "Uninstall"Turn off computerGo to bedProblem solved. :)

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Thanks Bill....did that...but before going to bed, I noticed it wouldn't uninstall even that way. I took a different tack. I took the dlls from the FS disc and completely replaced my modules folder. Result: no more start up error messages and a good night's sleeo.:-)

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