Jude Bradley

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About Jude Bradley

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  • Birthday 05/09/1965

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    2.5 Km south of EIDW
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    Flying, Scuba Diving, Bit O' Music

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  1. What lovely moments you had with your father, I can see why you have cherished them so well.
  2. https://www.aerosoft.com/en/fsxp3d/pmdg-sale/
  3. FSX-SE

    That would be 1709 and update KB4048955
  4. Can you uninstall that through the usual methods?
  5. Check https://www.howtogeek.com/265409/you-can-still-get-windows-10-for-free-from-microsofts-accessibility-site/
  6. FSX/FSX-SE?

    LOL, I meant every post requesting the MD-11. More than 3 there! :)
  7. FSX/FSX-SE?

    If PMDG got a dollar for every MD-11 question, they could build one from these posts alone.
  8. Maybe you can change your handle to 20/4 (the western European way of date formats).
  9. P3d 4.1

    Hi Dave, I've pretty much the same system as you, how does it handle the FSL A320? Jude
  10. I also have P4D and X-Plane 10 and 11 on my machine. To me, the Flightsim software you use is merely a platform on which to host the aircraft you wish to fly.
  11. XP11

    That's where X-Plane really shines, the ground scenery. After using X-Plane for testing the FF A320, I tried P4D, and uggghh.
  12. The Windows 10 upgrade creates a new "windows" folder, and the existing Windows 7 folder is renamed "Windows.old" in the process, Don't delete this folder if you wish to revert back to Windows 7! You can run an upgrade and then revert to windows 7, that way, you won't have to buy a version of Windows 10 once Windows 7 support has expired - as long as you use the same CPU and Motherboard.
  13. https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10 Use the 2nd option "Create Windows 10 installation media"
  14. Why not download the iso, and install it, so there's an activation record of it on your machine, then roll back to Windows 7 if you don't like it.That way, when Windows 7 support expires, you have a legit record of it on your machine to install.
  15. You could try : 1) Disabling the "smart screen" options from Windows 10 2) Try right-click on the shortcut, run as administrator.