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  1. My P3D is in my C drive SSD. But ORBX scenery used up nearly all spaces. Is there any method to put the ORBX products in D Drive HDD with the FTX Central? Thanks.
  2. Hi I wonder if any of you guru types could give me some advise regarding junction links. I've no problem setting up the links, I have a few set up already but I'd just like to know if there a speed cost involved. At the moment I have Win7-64 and P3D2 on a single 232Gb SSD and it's getting rather full. I've ordered another SSD (500Gb) and I'm wondering if can drag my P3D2 folder over to the new drive, create a junction link and just run it with no speed cost. It'll be a lot easier and quicker than reinstalling everything from scratch. Windows7-64 will be staying on the old SSD.
  3. Howdy all, I'm new to the forum, my name is Eric Malcolm, and I'm a custom builder working for AVA-Direct custom computers. We build a lot of gaming systems, and recently I have been working with a client who was wanting a gaming system dedicated to FSX, which is one of our favorite systems to build. My configuration was the following, in regards to internal storage: 1 x 120 GB SSD (for operating system) 1 x 120 GB SSD (for FSX) 1 x 1 TB HDD VelicoRapter (dedicated to ORBX files) My customer called me this morning, saying that he read last night on a forum (not here) that yo
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