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Hallo everyone!

I am sorry if i might ask a very common question again but i searched this forum for a while now and i am still confused.

I would like to ask if the combination of FS9 + the latest FSUIPC + Windows 7 (32bit) is working?

Do i need a special setup or are there some restrictions?

Many thanks for your kind support

Klaus Troemer

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I am sorry if i might ask a very common question again but i searched this forum for a while now and i am still confused.

I would like to ask if the combination of FS9 + the latest FSUIPC + Windows 7 (32bit) is working?

Yes, of course. I've been using Windows 7 since it was first made generally available in its Beta days.

Do i need a special setup or are there some restrictions?

Nothing special, but I would advise you to install FS in its own folder, such as C:\FS9 or, even better, on its own hard disk drive. If you let it install in its default place, in "Program Files", then its folders are protected and aliassed and this will make life more difficult for you and add-ons generally. But that was the same with Vista, too.

Regards

Pete

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