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Anybody thinking of doing a clean install W/SU5?

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Nope.


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Why?

As far as I can think I would at most move the contents of the Community folder to some safe place because some addons may present compatibility issues. 

Other than that this is after all supposed to be a dynamic platform...

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What do you expect to gain from reinstalling?


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No way.


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Not necessary.  It would be a lot of time and trouble for nothing.


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1 minute ago, Ixoye said:

What do you expect to gain from reinstalling?

it's like cleaning your car, it has a placebo effect of running "nicer" 😁

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Posted (edited)

My community folder will definitely be replaced with a empty one.Lots of new stuff with this update don't want any holdovers.Probably no today with the servers running real hot.

 

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Waste of time as program checks files each time it boots

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23 minutes ago, Bigsby said:

I'm tempted

not necessary from my experience


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yhhhh back to FSX/P3D methods.... absolutely no.


Roi Ben

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Instinct and reason drive me to say no ! 

Now, a small voice in my head says : "famous last words" ?

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21 minutes ago, Bigsby said:

My community folder will defiantly be replaced with a empty one.Lots of new stuff with this update don't want any holdovers.Probably no today with the servers running real hot.

 

Why so defiant? 
 

Anyways, no, complete waste of time. This isn’t FS9. 

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Just now, Ianrivaldosmith said:

Why so defiant? 
 

Anyways, no, complete waste of time. This isn’t FS9. 

 😁definitely 

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