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Hello to all;

Question, I have FSX, also the Cessna Citation Mustang from Flight1. I download the data base from Navigraph, both for the Cessna Citation Mustang and for FS commander. When I run the database manager for FS Commander it ask for the FSX folder location. Will this data in the folder in any way will change the Navigraph data. The data base from Navigraph has an installer, that I think moves the data to FS manager, shuld I run the data base manager for FS Commander after installing the data from the Navigraph into FS Commander.

Thank you for your time;


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When you say "Database manager" for FS Commander, are you talking about the Navigraph data update for it, or the tool from FS Commander?

If the latter, which is my presumption, then that only reads what scenery files you have installed. It doesn't know or care what Navdata sets are or are not installed. You only need to re-run that after installing scenery, not NavData updates.

In order to update the NavData in FS Commander, you need to run its own Navigraph update file, which you should point at the root of your FS Commander install location (i.e. C:\FSC\ or wherever you installed it to).

Ian P.

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