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    I wonder why we still have no good Kansai(RJBB) and Hiroshima(RJOA) Sceneries(That not a payware) after like over 15 years on fs2004?

    (And yeah, I returned to play FS2004 after my old HDD crashes in 2 years ago, which making my old days of addon completely lost...)

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    Because you didn't do the work to learn how and create them, of course.
    Tom Gibson

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    And a worthy NZAA as well. Actually, there aren't too many payware quality Australian airports. Perth I think is one. Thats about it.

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    Learn to create 1:1 full disk clones to an external hard drive of equal or greater size.

    I clone once every month or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faton102 View Post
    (And yeah, I returned to play FS2004 after my old HDD crashes in 2 years ago, which making my old days of addon completely lost...)
    I had the same years ago. Blue screen of death, not going into Windows etc. All signs pointed to the HDD that had failed. Go a new HDD or even new system I think. Frustrated at having all my add-ons on the old HDD.
    So I bought a HDD reader thingy and voila, I could access it. I know others who have had a HDD 'fail' still able to read and transfer files using the reader thingy.

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    I too had a HDD failure but this time all my saved files were on a seperate HDD, no problem you might think, then my mistake.
    when I installed a new HDd I accidentally wiped the saved files HDD, I tried one of those file recovery programs but must have done it wrong, in the end I formatted the spare HDD but all those files lost, I was sick.

    I do have lots of spare disks with FS files on but it can be a bit of pain searching for things, inserting disk after disk but at least they are still there, but the newer files I had saved were lost for good, some of my repainted aircraft too and aircraft I had altered to fly right.

    Col.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgibson_new View Post
    Because you didn't do the work to learn how and create them, of course.
    LMAO. Beautifully delivered Tom!!!

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    Yeah get to work you lazy no good so and so.
    Make us a RJBB, RCTP, NZAA, YSSY, YMML, and YBNE,

    Let me know when you’re done so I can download it.

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    There is an excellent freeware Adelaide Airport in the South Australian Airports one. It is on here, but I dont remember what the name is (I rename all my downloads into a consistent format of my own).
    Steve from Murwilllumbah.

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    There is one excellent YSSY here called SYD2004. There are some add=ons for it, like Sydney Harbour Ferries and Sydney Sea Bases.
    Last edited by old_wombat; 02-12-2021 at 05:25 AM.
    Steve from Murwilllumbah.

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