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I have just brought a 737 throttle and overhead panel from flightsim pm and have been told to purchase Pete Dawsons fscuip, I am running my simulator on fs2004 and fsx , please advise me on which I need if not both .

 

It's actually FSUIPC and I am Peter DOWSON, not Dawson.

 

Why do they say you should buy FSUIPC?

 

If you use FS2004 and FSX you would have to buy both FSUIPC3 and FSUIPC4, as you would surely have seen from the purchase sites and the pages which led you here in the first place.

 

Regards

Pete

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Hi Pete,

Firstly apologies for my spelling mistakes.Thankyou for your reply and I will be buying both FSUIPC3 and FSUIPC 4 . I am putting FS2004 and FSX on 2 separate hard drives, not having done this before can I expect any conflicting issues with both FSUIPC? Or will they operate separately! Sorry if this seems a dumb question to ask but I am self taught in flightsim and how programs work and trying to put together a homemade cockpit and get everything to work has caused a few headaches. Again any advice to a novice will be well received.

Kind regards

Guy

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I am putting FS2004 and FSX on 2 separate hard drives, not having done this before can I expect any conflicting issues with both FSUIPC? Or will they operate separately!

 

No, there's no conflict, they are separate. There's no conflict whether they are on the same hard drive or not. But it is best never to install FS in Windows "Program Files" folders, which is where it will go if you leave it to default installation. I always install to simply named folders, like C:\FS9 and C:\FSX (and C:\P3D for Prepar3D).

 

Pete

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