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FS2004 version to P3Dv4

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I have just come across my old CD Rom version of LevelD 767 300ER--for FS2004 (complete with manual and Proof of Purchase Certificate). Can this version be installed and updated to run in  P3D v3.4?

Thanks

William

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No sir. It will not work properly.   If you had an FSX version and then updated with the free update on Flight1 website (version 1.50) it will work in P3D v3.   The Level-D 767 will not work in P3dv4 because of the gauges.

 

Don't get version 3.4 mixed up with version 4 of P3D.  They are different.

 

Steve

 

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On 6/4/2017 at 10:20 PM, Holclo said:

I have just come across my old CD Rom version of LevelD 767 300ER--for FS2004 (complete with manual and Proof of Purchase Certificate). Can this version be installed and updated to run in  P3D v3.4?

Thanks

William

lol.

 

 

I was just going to leave it at that but then I realized doing so is mean and immature. FS2004 products do not even work with FSX, and as P3D V4 is a 64 bit environment, it will not work. If you buy the FSX version (I may be wrong but you might get a discount) you can use it in p3dv3 though. It is a shame, a lot of my favorite fs2004 stuff no longer works :(

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On 10/10/2017 at 4:52 AM, Hansaspeed said:

lol.

 

 

I was just going to leave it at that but then I realized doing so is mean and immature. FS2004 products do not even work with FSX, and as P3D V4 is a 64 bit environment, it will not work. If you buy the FSX version (I may be wrong but you might get a discount) you can use it in p3dv3 though. It is a shame, a lot of my favorite fs2004 stuff no longer works :(

Indeed it would be. Thank you for your further explanation which I have just come across today.

Also thank you to Steve for his post.

Pity.... the LevelD was a great aircraft simulation which I used many years ago before returning to Flight Simulation.

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