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Installation Folder + FS Global 2010

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Hi all,

 

New to Prepar. I have a question. Can I install Perpar into separate designated drive?

 

FS Global 2010.

 

Is there anyone who has 2010 FS Global version on DVD and FTX compatibility add-on? Is it possible to add FS Global 2010 to Prepar v3 or do I have to purchase it from the scratch.

 

And finally, is it worth of adding it at all? I will add FTX Global, vector etc...

 

Kind regards,

Tom

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Hi:

 

I will try to answer your questions.

 

I installed P3D a few days ago into my "E" drive.  I haven't had any issues that I can tell by doing so.

 

With regards to Global, they just announced the installer to P3D.  Please see this link for more info.:

 

http://www.fly2pilots.com/cms/%C2'>

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I've had FS Global 2010 installed for quite a few years, I don't use it now, but in the past I used it in 2.5 and in 3.0. I didn't have to reinstall it, I just pointed to it in the scenery Library.

 

I originally had it installed for FSX, which is gone now, but Global 2010 was never taken off the hard drive. 

 

If you can't install, you can use one of various programs that work with ISO's.

 

Copy the DVD's to hardrive, extract, that will give you the scenery folders to point to in the Scenery Library of P3D.

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Hi all,

 

New to Prepar. I have a question. Can I install Perpar into separate designated drive?

 

FS Global 2010.

 

Is there anyone who has 2010 FS Global version on DVD and FTX compatibility add-on? Is it possible to add FS Global 2010 to Prepar v3 or do I have to purchase it from the scratch.

 

And finally, is it worth of adding it at all? I will add FTX Global, vector etc...

 

Kind regards,

Tom

 

You can use FS Global 2010 with FTX version in P3D, you dont need to reinstall, just create the areas and point in your scenery,cfg.

You can also what to check FreeMeshX, that can be used together with FS Global, if you have the disk space, both give you a awesome mesh.

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With FSglobal just let it check for an updated installer. If it doesn't have that option I believe you can download a new installer from their website.

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