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WIN-XP and WIN-7 and WIDEFS.

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Hello sim pilots,

I do have a question about the following:

I use W-XP for my FS2004, and use WIN-7 as a docu pc.

Now I want to use WIDEFS 6.xx, can I couple these two with WIDESF ?

I hope someone can help me out here.

Kind Regards,

Ronald Schuuring

Netherlands.

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Dear Francios,

i don't get your answer right, can those two be coupled and where do I have to look for more information

concerning this subject.

I hope that you can give more information.

Kind Regards,

Ronald Schuuring.

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I use W-XP for my FS2004, and use WIN-7 as a docu pc.

Now I want to use WIDEFS 6.xx, can I couple these two with WIDESF ?

Yes. WideFS works with all versions of Windows since Windows 98, and possibly earlier. It doesn't need anything more than a properly working network between your PCs, but it makes it easier (less configuring) if you make sure the Workgroup name is the same on every PC. Win7 has a different default workgroup name to WinXP.

Regards

Pete

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