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I may have overlooked (multiple) threads answering this, and if this is the case, I apologize for the waste of bandwidth.

 

Anyway, I'm returning to FSX after a long time away. I thought I'd lost my FSX-Gold discs and so bought and downloaded and installed FSX-Steam. Unfortunately, I then found that there was no SDK included. Then I found the physical discs.

 

So, what I want to do is get a working SDK installed without mucking up my FSX-Steam installation.

 

I do not want a dual installation.

 

Like I said, it's been a while since I mucked with FSX and I've forgotten where things go or hide after installation.

 

Any suggestions on how to do this most efficiently would be very much appreciated.

 

Thanks.

 

John

 

Edited: to correct GMAX to SDK

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You can install the SDK from the disks without having to install FSX from them! :Big Grin:

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Since they are functionally identical, no there's no advantage or disadvantage. The only differences are the paths used.

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Since they are functionally identical, no there's no advantage or disadvantage. The only differences are the paths used.

Thanks.

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