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FSC9.1.1 flight plans not working in FS 2K4


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Hello !

First things first:

1. FSX or FS2004(FS9)


2. FSUIPC* / WideFS version used


3. FS Commander and Database Manager version and build used

FSC9.1 build 21-10-2011

Database manager 9.1 Build 19-09-2011

4. Aerosoft version or download version from our website

Download version

5. Operating System (Windows 7 32/64, Vista32/64, XP, 2000)

Windows XP

I am able to generate flight plans with FSC, but am unable to navigate a path to my Flight Simulator 2004 folder to save them. The error message I recieve is :

" Flight plan for Add-On aircraft cannot be saved, because Flight Simulator 2004 folder unknown! Please specify Flight Simulator 2004 folder under Flight plan> Save as>Tab Paths>Folder Flight Simulator 2004!"

This happens whether I point to the root directory or to the Flight Simulator folder in My Documents.

I am able to locate the .PLN file in the FSC9 directory, but when I manually copy it to the Flight Simulator folder in My Documents, it does not work.

Any info you can provide would be helpful- I must admit, it may be my relative inexperience in these matter that's the biggest problem.

Standing by,


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