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    FS2004 Question

    Hi Folks

    I am currently running FSX, but am contemplating changing to FS2004 as FSX is just too much trouble and memory hungry.

    My questions:

    Should I decide to install FS2004, can I still have FSX on the same PC (even though it's not loaded.

    My guess is 2004 does not have simconnect, so how do I go about getting and installing it?

    Are there any other things I need, or need to know about before running 2004 as I connect to IVAo and also use FSXpand.

    Anyone selling Level D 767 for FS2004?

    Thanks in advance chaps!

    Regards
    Richard

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    Re: FS2004 Question

    I got both running on my system. Just install FS9 as you normally would. Didn't have to do anything special.


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    Henry
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