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1 hour ago, Ron Attwood said:

You'll find they are freeware now. Go to Realair.com

Wow I somehow missed that, great news for anyone who didn’t previously have them.  They are truly great aircraft.


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2 hours ago, Ron Attwood said:

You'll find they are freeware now. Go to Realair.com

That is not quite true...

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INSTALL LICENCE

Please be aware that these installers are not freeware.

The installers below are provided as a service to existing RealAir customers, and only customers who have purchased the product in question through either www.realairsimulations.com, or an official third-party reseller (such as Sim Market, Simstop, FSPilotshop etc) have permission to install each product. Each new installer has a detailed EULA explaining the licence conditions in further detail.

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39 minutes ago, Ron Attwood said:

Can't think where I got that idea from.

The whiskey 🤓

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A2A. Period. Other GA unfortunately are not even close. 

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A2A aircraft are masterpieces, you should just buy all of them. 

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I have two of the realairs but cannot install them. And I really would rather not reinstall 4.5 to install then copy the folders across. Bit of a bummer.

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4 hours ago, Klazz said:

I have two of the realairs but cannot install them. And I really would rather not reinstall 4.5 to install then copy the folders across. Bit of a bummer.

Heya Klazz, 

I edited my registry to fool the installer to think there was an installed version of V4, pointing it at V5. Then, when the installer comes up with the folder name I just changed "V4" to "V5" and it worked just fine.


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Just now, Howellerman said:

Heya Klazz, 

I edited my registry to fool the installer to think there was an installed version of V4, pointing it at V5. Then, when the installer comes up with the folder name I just changed "V4" to "V5" and it worked just fine.

Nice one mate. Could you possibly show me what to edit?

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I don't have my sim computer fired up right now so can't verify, but my recollection (with guidance from the LM page) is the following will work.

Here is the LM page: https://prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=124866

I also found guidance from A2A to be helpful: https://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=70264

Messing with the Registry is always fraught with danger, but taking it slow and double-checking your work it should turn out fine.

 

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John Howell

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A2A is based on olderr Cessna model They have all much better Garmin electronic in them now.


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1 hour ago, fogboundturtle said:

A2A is based on olderr Cessna model They have all much better Garmin electronic in them now.

That's true. But there's no good simulation of Garmin G1000 for example.

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7 hours ago, Howellerman said:

I don't have my sim computer fired up right now so can't verify, but my recollection (with guidance from the LM page) is the following will work.

Here is the LM page: https://prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=124866

I also found guidance from A2A to be helpful: https://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=70264

Messing with the Registry is always fraught with danger, but taking it slow and double-checking your work it should turn out fine.

 

Would that also work for the vertx da62?

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2 hours ago, Klazz said:

Would that also work for the vertx da62?

IIRC, I did not have to fool the Vertx installer - I just pointed it at the V5 addons directory and all was well. I have heard some people have had troubles starting the engines, but I have not seen it. Works fine, which is a good thing since it is such a nice model.

 

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