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Scott Miller

Running a Tinmouse II 737-200 in FSX on a Windows 10 system

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I put FSAUDIO.DLL in my Windows 10 windows\sysem32 folder just as I had in my Windows XP windows/system32 folderso the Tinmouse 737-200 would run in FSX.  When I load a Tinmouse 737-20 in FSX on my Windows 10 system I get a ,message saying that FSAUDIO.DLL failed to load with error 0x7e and said to put FSAUDIO.DLL in the windows/system32 folder and to restart the appp,  But, as I said, I had done that already..  Has anyone else had this problem?  Actually, the Tinmouse 737-200 appears to load and run ok (so far as I can tell with it sitting at a gate).   How do I  fix the problem (or do I even need to)?

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