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returning to FSX and MTX after a while


Tozzifan
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Hi,

I've just setup a new OS - win7/64 - and I'm in the middle of rebuilding what was a 200Gb FSX installation, so there are lots of details to take into account about setting everything addon right, with the risks of maybe damaging FSX structure, so

as I've discovered the Simmarket 5.3 MTX release and update offer, and having just reinstalled 5.2a,

I'd like to know whether - to perform the upgrade correctly - it's as simple as uninstalling MTX5.2a from control panel, rebooting and installing 5.3, or I'm missing something potentially dangerous to FSX

thanks

sorry if I missed the answer in the forum ....

PS will Supertrafficboard 2.2 be compatible with MTX 5.3?

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If you get the actual version rebated from Simmarket, that is a full installer, so you can just install 5.3a. It saves a little disk space and is cleaner if you delete the existing MyTraffic folder before making a full install if you had an earlier version installed - unless of course you made changes that you want to use further, than there is more to consider.

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