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    Posted: February-29-2008 at 10:27am

I have two copies of fs9 on my partitioned system - one for pre-1945 aircaft on drive C, and one for post-1945 aircraft on drive K.    My copy of FSPS only works with the aircraft on drive C.     Accordingly, to work with the drive K aircraft, I have to copy them to drive C, do the necessary worK, and then copy them back into drive K.     Is there any way that I can get a copy of FSPS into drive K so that I can work on the drive K files in situ?

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Hi rafair,

This is probably related to the fact that the Registry can only "see" one copy of FS2004.

One solution might be to use the Options menu, where you can manually "point" to the location of FS2004:



If this works, you can simply open up FSPS and switch between the two locations.

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Thank you Alastair.     There is no confusion between the two fs9s on my system because the .cfgs are different.       The C drive .cfg is 'fs9_one' and the K drive is ' fs9_two'.   They've run quite happily like this for years.     It's the FSPS which is giving me problems as I outlined.
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