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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    It's here...

    And I'm scared to death that I don't know what I'm doing.

    Right now I think it's building a backup folder. It's already configured for internet through the LAN box, but now I have to set it up for computer to computer.



    Wish me luck.
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    Is this the last we'll see of Mike.... is he lost????? Deep in the plunder of ???????

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    Does anyone remember the post with a link to the site that had directions for optimizing a system for FS?

    There were some registry entries that were altered, and some other things to do.

    I used it on my old system and they worked well.
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    Heres the one on Win sevices


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    Thanks for posting that.
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    Wow, I got them talking to one another. At least the new computer is talking to the old one now. I had to set all sorts of file permissions on C drive. Windows wasn't too thrilled about me sharing this drive over my local network.

    I can see everything on the new computer that I granted permission for in the Program Files folder. It wouldn't allow access to this folder, but it did allow access to folders within this folder.

    Now, since I have access to my FS folder, can I just copy and past the .dll for FSUIPC, copy and paste my 727 instrument panel configuration file, and other assorted must-haves for FS in general?

    I know I'll probably have to go fetch my downloaded payware again, but what about the above?

    Thanks again for posting those tweaks. It took about an hour but I got it configured the same as the old system.
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    Congrats on geting the bones of your network set up.

    I would strongly advise installing everything that you need on the other PC in the proper way. This applies to everything that would be stored as an 'application or program' in the Windows registry.

    There are no problems copying files and folders through your network but I would avoid it for any applications - especially the DF727's gauges, etc.
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    I agree with David on this. I install things like FS and then my PMDG 737 and after it is installed and working I drag those folders over to the new drive and all my changes are there then. I know you can probably get away with not reinstalling but I do not do it that way.. Just my .02!
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    I installed FS9 this morning. In kiosk mode with all sliders maxed I was getting 24fps. It was locked at that and rarely changed. and that was with the on-board graphics.

    The Sapphire card and power supply comes tomorrow, so this should help with the payware end of FS and keep my frames up.

    I'll follow your advise and re-install the aircraft, FSUIPC, and FS panel studio. I hope I can find all of my keys for this stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    I hope I can find all of my keys for this stuff.
    THAT is why I love AND hate the idea of moving to a new machine soon!
    Eric Tomlin-
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