I am still using FS 2002 Professional Edition, and downloaded almost all of the FS 2002 bush flying scenery Frank Betts created for it.
For some odd reason, though, I never got around to trying to install any of it until within the last couple of weeks. It all installed and appears without any trouble. I noticed something a little strange, though, after installing a set called "Southern Cliff Airport" which I'm hoping one of you can shed some light on.
After selecting "Southern Cliff Airport," FS 2002 loads and the aircraft then appears on the runway. I noticed about midway down the runway, that several of the buildings appeared to be suspended in mid-air.
Anyway, my question is this: Is this something that's easily fixable by the casual user??? If so, how, and do I need any other downloads/programs, etc., etc.???
I don't have anything terribly exotic installed, just standard FS 2002 stuff like Active Sky Wxre and FS Global SE. I also have a fairly quick PC, a HP M7640N Media Center PC, with AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5000 processor, 320GB hard drive, and Nvidia GeForce 6150 LE graphics, so capacity isn't an issue.
The rest of his scenery looks pretty cool, and I can see how much hard work he, and others like him, put into it for others to enjoy. I tried e-mailing Frank, and it just bounced back.
Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!!!