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    diagnostic on project magenta

    I have a question:

    I have found a second hand fds 737 simulator
    dual seat training device, including overhead, radio, yoke, rudder and throttle.

    Unfortunately, the computer is broken, so I can not check whether all function properly works.
    Does anyone know a possibility to verify functionality before I buy?
    The seller had project magenta on his computer.

    Thanks

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    Re: diagnostic on project magenta

    There are so many variables involved in cockpit building, specially when it comes to hardware one can not answer your question in a simple YES or NO answer! The first question you should ask yourself is,.......... are you getting a good deal on the package(forget about the software) ? Second question, are all the hardware from the same supplier? If so, there should be a test program which you can probably download from the hardware manufacturer for free to allow you to test the hardware for proper configuration. I think Prosim is offering a logic software for free just do a search on Prosim.
    IF it's not Boeing I ain't going!!!!!!

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    Re: diagnostic on project magenta

    Also, check the PM license agreement... Likely it is not transferable, so that may not be factor in the decision anyway... But check...