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  • Crusader's Avatar
    Today, 06:53
    Thanks Ivan for the reply . I'll nose around Microsoft and a few of the flight sim forums to see if anyone else has experienced this problem(I'm sure they have as many people have voiced their opinion on how much they hate Windows 10 updating:banghead:) Rich
    6 replies | 155 view(s)
  • MrZippy's Avatar
    Today, 06:45
    Glad I could help!:ernaehrung004:
    4 replies | 78 view(s)
  • SSW1's Avatar
    Today, 06:43
    Complicated is an opinion, if "complicated" you mean - download 2 installers - follow simple instructions and enter a mail and an order number - wait for the activation key and double-click on it then it is complicated, but often we consider complicated what we are not used to do since we don't know it. For me complicated is something that is difficult to do even if you know it , if you do not know it because you did not even want to read simple instructions is not complicated is "unknown" and pretending to bend the software to your lack of knowledge is an useless exercise doomed to fail. If this prevents you from buying other add-ons from us, will make us a reason, make all happy is an utopia, we will survive even without you. warm regards /Mario
    35 replies | 1659 view(s)
  • FireStorm II's Avatar
    Today, 06:37
    Len, I just noticed that you have version 1.1 there. What we have in the download section is vers. 1.3. Either version should load up well for you....just sayin'.... Cheers
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  • Old Tiger's Avatar
    Today, 06:25
    :wavey:Yes I can read the instructions, attached, I didn't disable the anti virus though, I'll try that. Thanks, Len CFS3 Mediterranean Air War ~ Chapter One v1.10 Installation Notes Please take a few minutes to review all the information in this document before installing the software. Space Requirements You will need approximately 4.7 GB of free drive space to install the CFS3 Mediterranean Air War ~ Chapter One package. You'll need an additional 1.5 GB of drive space if you're downloading the package rather then installing it from a DVD. You must have a copy of Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 3 installed on your computer and patched up to the 3.1a level before installing the CFS3 Mediterranean Air War (MAW) game.
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  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Today, 06:23
    I'll try that definitely, thanks for the note! What I find a bit confusing are the multitude of great tools out there, and the way they interact (or not...). We have FSX@War, CCP, FSCAI, FSCaptain, etc. Then TacPack or CSWeapon. And then FSX/P3Ds own mission system. I think it's hard to keep an overview over all that when one not uses this all the time. Cheers, Mark
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  • Ivan's Avatar
    Today, 06:16
    Ivan replied to a thread W10 upgrade today in Ickie's NewsHawks
    On the older systems (I am on Windows 8.1, but Daughter is on Windows 10) I changed settings to download all Windows updates but no Optional updates. I also set it to download but I choose when to install which seems to work fairly well though I have not checked on Daughter's W 10 in a while. We actually have running versions of Windows dating back to W98. - Ivan.
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  • menef's Avatar
    Today, 06:14
    Thank you :very_drunk:
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  • paiken's Avatar
    Today, 06:14
    paiken replied to a thread W10 upgrade today in Ickie's NewsHawks
    Your best bet, according to my son (a former Microsoft employee), is to install a Linux based OS capable of running windows based programs. He mentioned a couple to me but I didn't write them down. If you'd like, I can ask him again for his best recommendation. According to him...EVERYTHING on W10 is now an App, not necessarily able to work well with other parts of the OS. He spent most of his time there trying to fix his particular portion of the OS to work as it was designed and that other parts of the OS caused issues with. Probably not what you wanted to hear, but I'm seriously considering the move myself on a dual boot drive.
    6 replies | 155 view(s)
  • jmig's Avatar
    Today, 06:04
    Some things are left better unsaid. I am quite aware of what it takes to know how to fly a high-performance aircraft. I am also aware that in RW flying you don't have to jump through hoops just to get the aircraft. I used to look on the board to see which tail number and location. I either walked out or road the truck/van/bus to the aircraft, There it was. I didn't have to arrange for the paint job before finding the aircraft. If I needed to show my license, medical, etc. that was told to me ahead of time, not when I walked up to the airplane to find none of the switches worked. If you do have 2000 hours in the F-104, ;) you well know that the difference between an actual high-performance aircraft and a desktop simulator is like comparing a child's tricycle with a racing motor bike....
    35 replies | 1659 view(s)
  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Today, 05:55
    Thanks, Milton. I'll check where it resides on the map. Cheers, Mark
    115 replies | 6298 view(s)
  • ijay's Avatar
    Today, 05:51
    Can't get enough of this!! Awesome aircraft fantastic work by all involved
    11502 replies | 2082109 view(s)
  • Crusader's Avatar
    Today, 05:47
    How do you stop Windows Update from trying to install 1709 every time PC is rebooted ?
    6 replies | 155 view(s)
  • wellis's Avatar
    Today, 05:32
    Beautiful Gordon! Looking forward to it! :jump:
    115 replies | 6298 view(s)
  • Tako_Kichi's Avatar
    Today, 05:29
    Hi Willy, the engines modelled are the Wright R-3350-85 versions. They switched to those from the 4360 early on after having too many engine failures. Having a 4360 fail on a 4-engine aircraft is tolerable, having one fail on a twin is a different kettle of fish. It's quite interesting when you get into the history of the many variants. The empenage along the boom in front of the fin was added after some early accidents ended with the booms collapsing at the rear of the wing after heavy landings. They also added reinforcing rings to the inside of the booms and Tankerguy has done a great job of showing those in his panel lines and rivets.
    57 replies | 2381 view(s)
  • SteveB's Avatar
    Today, 05:10
    Post number 10 on that thread. Steve
    29 replies | 1043 view(s)
  • MrZippy's Avatar
    Today, 05:10
    Has anyone offered Ernie a pillow when he says "My ass is sure getting sore"?:biggrin-new:
    348 replies | 57412 view(s)
  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Today, 05:07
    Well Done Sir! Love the textures; wx'd and aged, stained, and used. :-)
    115 replies | 6298 view(s)
  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Today, 05:06
    Mark, Yes, it is UVW mapped and the texture assigned is a general black texture.
    115 replies | 6298 view(s)
  • Mick's Avatar
    Today, 05:05
    Can't find it there. The most recent post in that link was back in August.
    29 replies | 1043 view(s)
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