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Hi all. 

I installed Mfs2020 on a new computer.it worked fine. Got the Japan update etc.  However, couple weeks later the hard drive died. replaced drive, reinstalled Windows.

I was able to reinstall Msf2020 as before. However, I only got two planes, and no Japan update. In addition, Msf2020 dose not even show up in control panel in order to remove and reinstall.

Odd huh.  Any suggestions are appreciated.

 

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Well I hope they are the two planes you like  ..lololol hhahahahahaa

sorry couldnt resist...

 

this seems to be a commomn problem and I am sure the answer is here if u do a search or on the official msfs forum..

loggin into msfs throught the windows store might solve it  I forget but it happens to alot of reinstallers so i am sure youll get it solved easily..good luck,,,

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Did you check your contents folder?

 

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3 hours ago, BigStubby said:

Hi all. 

I installed Mfs2020 on a new computer.it worked fine. Got the Japan update etc.  However, couple weeks later the hard drive died. replaced drive, reinstalled Windows.

I was able to reinstall Msf2020 as before. However, I only got two planes, and no Japan update. In addition, Msf2020 dose not even show up in control panel in order to remove and reinstall.

Odd huh.  Any suggestions are appreciated.

 

I just had the same problem. Purchased and installed an hour ago and requested a refund 10mins ago. I went here for resolution but no. Missing Deluxe or Premium content


Troy Kemp

Win 10 64 Pro on 1TB PCIE + 500GB ssd  / P3Dv4.5 HF3 on 1TB ssd + 250GB ssd P3D addon / i7 8700K@ 5.1ghz / 32GB DDR4 3600mhz OC @3733mhz/ ASUS Maximus X Code /ASUS GTX 1070 Strix, 

 

 

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Wonder if this  issues  is  related  to only  those  users  that  bought  it  from other than  from steam


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55 minutes ago, pete_auau said:

Wonder if this  issues  is  related  to only  those  users  that  bought  it  from other than  from steam

Good point!


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Win 10 64 Pro on 1TB PCIE + 500GB ssd  / P3Dv4.5 HF3 on 1TB ssd + 250GB ssd P3D addon / i7 8700K@ 5.1ghz / 32GB DDR4 3600mhz OC @3733mhz/ ASUS Maximus X Code /ASUS GTX 1070 Strix, 

 

 

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On the WELCOME screen goto PROFILE - CONTENT MANAGER, there you will see all the planes, from there you can download them . It worked for me after a new installation.

Henk

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11 hours ago, pete_auau said:

Wonder if this  issues  is  related  to only  those  users  that  bought  it  from other than  from steam

It affects Steam installations too.

Recently did a major hardware upgrade with clean install of Win10. After installing FS2020 via Steam I too had only two planes. As mentioned, the rest of them need to be installed from the Content Manager.

...jim

 

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