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ok, I have downloaded everything I needed for the newer version of RCV3.1 and related files. I have the new fuisp file registered the new adv. display window 2.2. I start up my fs2004, and then open my adv. disply window ok. Then when I start up rcv3.1 and go back to my fs2004 airplane is in the air and all my building from local scenery are floating in the air. I have a new link to for shorcut but I can't figure this one out. I am runningCPU: 2.4 ghzMemory: 1 gigAll lattest driversGforce MMX440 video card 64 MBOS: windows xp homeThe BugmanJackson, Tennesseehttp://jdtllc.com/images/RCsupporter.jpg

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is your plane at the airport where the flight plan originates?jd

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JD, The airplane is at the airport it orginates at. What happens if lets say a flight plan is brought into fs9 from fs2002. Not sure that this is the problem. I noticed that when I compile a flight plan using fs9 it works one time and then the next the scenery and plane float. There are a couple of flight plans in that folder that I don't know where they came from but they don't work at all. Everything floats when I put them in.The BugmanJackson, Tennesseehttp://jdtllc.com/images/RCsupporter.jpg

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Hey there, Apparently that is what the problem is. Don't know how a fs2002 flight plan got in there but the must not mesh I guess. Just flew a perfect flight from DTW to EWR. Thanks for your patience. The BugmanJackson, Tennesseehttp://jdtllc.com/images/RCsupporter.jpg

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Yeah, it's odd that MS didn't consider all the plans previously made when they changed the format. No backwards compatibility for them, I guess.

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