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  1. Hi, If I remember correctly, when I first installed FTX Global many moons ago, there was a prompt to save the original sim scenery/texture files for FSX/P3D but for the life of me I can not find them on my disk. Is there an easy way to find out where those files are located as I would like to make a backup copy of those files on an external hard disk? I have both FSX and P3D on different flight sim PCs. Thx Mark
  2. Recently I had to rebuild my system, new Operating System, fresh installation of all drivers, etc. I stumbled across an article by Nick Cooper, "How to re-install FTX products with least downloading", in hopes of not having to re-download all the Orbx content. The good news is it appeared fairly straight forward and was. Something to note, in Nick's document, step 5 indicates you'll have to re-download Global - this was not the case for me. I simply followed the first 3 steps and when I launched FTC (step 4) all content was listed and properly functioning.
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