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  1. I have come seeking some advice and help on a matter that has been driving me crazy. I just purchased a new laptop the other day, it is a Toshiba i5-4200U Processor Laptop. I know how to download aircraft to FS2004 and an extent FSX. I can download the aircraft just fine off of the internet and create files, but cannot find where to transfer them. I cannot find the FSX file which holds the different sections to transfer to. The only options I get are FS9 and FSX disc, both do not work. Can anyone help me? It is getting quite irritating as this was one of the reasons why I purchased a laptop. Also, I was told that this laptop was quite good to run FSX by a worker at the store who also owns it. But when detail is added to the simulator, it is choppy and difficult to view. I have been told the new Lenovo Ideapad S510p Touch is good for FSX and handles nicely, but I am not sure which way to go. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Philip