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  1. King, I got the same alert, and NOD32 quarantined the EZCA.exe file. Like you, I've used EZDok for many years without problems. Here's how I fixed it in NOD32: 1. Go into Quarantine, right-click on the file and choose Restore. 2. Go into Advanced Setup/Exclusions, select Add, then browse to EZCA.exe and Open it. That did it for me. Just a guess, but I'm assuming that this occurred after a NOD32 virus database update, and there must be a new virus out there that looks a lot like EZCA.exe.
  2. Hi VLewis,The addon airplanes listed below are the best of the best for FS2004. I have enclosed the addons that I consider to be "essential" in {brackets}. Of course, you owe it to yourself to give all of the freeware downloads a try.Best,KenFREEWARE...-----------------------------------------------------Milton Shupe, et al: {Beech D18S} & Howard 500:http://www.flightsimonline.com/Rick Piper's {De Havilland Chipmunk}, base file and update:http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=51777http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=52043O. Fischer's Ju-52:http://www.junkers-52.de/Jordan Moore's Hovercontrol 412 Helicopter:http://www.hovercontrol.com/{Alexander Metzger's replacement airfiles and config files for selected FS2004 default aircraft.} Airplanes that you may have thought were "dogs" can perform realistically.http://www.metzgergva.de/default_e.htmPAYWARE...-----------------------------------------------------Carenado: Beech T-34, Cessna {C182RG}, C182Q, C206, & Mooney:http://www.carenado.com/Aeroworx: {B200 King Air}:http://www.aeroworx.com/Dreamfleet: {A36 Bonanza}, B58 Baron, Piper PA-28 (and Boeing 727, see below):http://www.dreamfleet2000.com/RealAir: Citabria/Decathlon/Scout, {SF-260}, & {Spitfire XIV}:http://www.realairsimulations.com/MAAM: B-25J & {R4D/C-47/DC-3}:http://www.maam.org/maam_sim.htmlProject Sierra Hotel: {Cessna T-37B}:http://www.t37sim.com/Shockwave: P-51D & B-17G:http://www.shockwaveproductions.com/Cloud9: F-104 Starfighter, F-4 Phantom, & MB339:http://www.fscloud9.com/Dreamfleet: {Boeing 727}:http://www.dreamfleet2000.com/PMDG: Boeing 737 & {747}:http://www.precisionmanuals.com/Flight1: Boeing 767:http://www.flight1.com/
  3. Hey missionballer,Thanks for mentioning my Sooners!Best,KenUniversity of Oklahoma, Class of 1979
  4. John,You're right about the P-40. Great flight model, and really fun to land!Thanks for the heads up.Best,Ken
  5. Great post, Michael!FSX is a whole new sim, and all for the better. Thanks again for encouraging me to install it on my system.Best,Ken
  6. Hi Clay,Paul Golding appears to be working on an update of the Dreamfleet 727 for FSX:http://forums.flightsim.com/dc/dcboard.php...g_id=7203&page=There may a bit of a wait yet, but I'm sure it will be worth it! [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'][i style='mso-bidi-font-style: normal'][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Comic Sans MS'"]Best
  7. Ahem... I happen to be a VC only guy, and I love the DF 727. In fact, it's one of my absolute favorites, occupying an honored spot in my virtual hangar right beside the masterworks created by RealAir, Carenado, MAAM, Project Sierra Hotel, and Milton Shupe. (I'm kinda partial to the VC's in those airplanes too.) [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Brush Script MT'"]Best
  8. For anyone (like me) who may have missed it, Robert Sanderson has released his freeware Stearman, and it's a winner! Beautiful model and VC, and it flies great. In fact, based on my very brief ride in it last night, I'm thinking its flight dynamics and taildragger ground handling may be groundbreaking (no pun intended)... more time in it will tell. Downloadable from AVSIM's library:http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?DLID=...hor=&CatID=root [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Brush Script MT'"]Best
  9. Hi JIMJAM,Off-topic, but just wanted to say I appreciated your mini-review of Carenado's C206 in another thread. Having been a fan of their T-34 and C182, I didn't hesitate to get the C206, but it seemed a bit unresponsive when I flew it. Having never flown the real one before, I wasn't sure what to think. Your comments cleared a lot of things up. I continue to be impressed with Carenado's flight modeling.On-topic, I tried out FS Atmosphere on your recommendation. I agree 100 percent with your assessment. A lot of bang for very few bucks.Thanks!Ken
  10. Hi Jimjam,As I recall, it makes an additional file called T37.cfg, but leaves your original fs9.cfg file intact. If you're going to fly the T-37, you start up FS with the T37 file to enable its special features. ASV, BEV, and UT should be unaffected. They'll work just as before whether you start up FS9 conventionally or via the T37 startup file.As for the speed brake, the manual will tell you to map your joystick to the Backup Vacuum Pump, not the default spoiler. Have fun with it! [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Brush Script MT'"]Best
  11. Hi Paul,http://www.t37sim.com/ [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Brush Script MT'"]Best
  12. The version of the T-37 that's currently available for purchase was a winner when it was first released a couple of years ago, and it still is. The update makes it even better.In the currently available version... Fluidity of gauges in the VC is comparable to MSFS default. VC graphics are photorealistic and acceptable. You can fly from the VC, but you have to use the 2d panel to start engines, etc. No problems running under FS9.In the updated version due out shortly... Fluidity of the gauges is state of the art. VC graphics are photorealistic and gorgeous. You can do everything from the VC, and all switches are clickable. Still no problems running under FS9. :)Some other things that make it special... The documentation is really, really good, the airplane flies to the real world numbers, and the aircraft systems are modeled so well that real world Air Force pilots going through UPT use the sim for practice. There are a lot of training jets modeled for MSFS, both payware and freeware, but the T-37 is in a class of its own.As for your hearing... two really good sound sets are included, and if you're not careful you'll lose some hearing in the other ear. :) [body][p class="1MainBody" style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; LINE-HEIGHT: normal"][span style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt; COLOR: blue; FONT-FAMILY: 'Brush Script MT'"]Best
  13. I wouldn't want to be pinned down to just one. In addition to being exceptionally well modeled, each of the airplanes listed under my signature is unique and special in some way. As a for instance, initiating a take-off run in the B-25, climbing out under full power in the Spitfire, and landing the C-47 are "magic moments" that can't be duplicated with any other airplane. I wouldn't part with any of 'em!
  14. <<<>With respect, I would disagree. The Skyhawk I owned and all light singles that I have flown would require back pressure on the yoke in order to maintain altitude in a 20 degree bank.>>Hi Jim,I don't think you're disagreeing with me unless you retrim or add power when you perform a 20 degree banked turn. If you do, then yes, we disagree.
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