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    FSLCD

    Anyone know where i can download a copy of FSLCD. Had it years ago and it worked great.

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    Re: FSLCD

    Hi,
    If you are desperate for it and no one else can help you.
    Give me a couple of days and will hunt thru my archives as
    I used it in FS2004 days.
    Les

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    Re: FSLCD

    Thanks Les, but save yourself the trouble. I did exactly that. Dug through my own archives and found the original .zip files on a cd.

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    Re: FSLCD

    No problem, yes it was not a bad program.
    Les

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    Re: FSLCD

    I have a few awesome lcd displays that i've just got to put back to use. Here's a pic of one. The display is totally black except for the characters. And yes my overclocked CPUIMG_0636.jpg did idle @ -7c. Thermo-electric cooling does work.