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    Hello, My freeware version of FS Navigator wont load correctly.
    Everything goes ok during setup but the data is missing.
    Does anyone know where this program loads the data files.
    My FS9 is located on the C drive and this is where I direct FS Navigator to load the
    data files.
    All seems to install correctly but when I hit the key F9, the sim freezes, and when
    I do get the program to run the main screen is void of any information.
    FS Navigator has never been a problem before.
    Thank you

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    If I remember correctly from many moons ago, you need to run the "data base creation" (dbc) utility in order to initially create the necessary data base, which FSNav then uses to create it's map. This utility can be found in the FSNav folder within your modules folder.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards
    Hans

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    Quite correct. It's in the Bin folder, and the icon looks like a little yellow thingie.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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    And I must say FS Navigator is a fantastic program. I have been using it for years and years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bam1220 View Post
    And I must say FS Navigator is a fantastic program. I have been using it for years and years.
    Agreed.
    Absolutely essential and terrific utility.
    Hope the OP lets us know if he gets it running.

    Cheers Andy

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