FS9.exe   This is a file to allow you to use FS2004 without any need to have the cd in the cd drive. Flightsim 2004 must be installed and this file over-writes the original. Make sure you keep a back-up of the original file incase it doesnt work for you.   504Kb

How do I remove the message: brakes and parking brakes, from the fs screen?
Go to FS9.cfg (Documents & Settings\[your userfile]\Microsoft\.........
In the [SIM] area put the following:

You can turn off all those messages by also inserting:

Radio Issues with Older Aircraft

Suppose you’ve downloaded and installed a flight simulator aircraft
and you have problems with the radios, including Com2 or standby frequency feature not working correctly. The problem is likely a missing
or incorrect [Radios] section in the associated aircraft.cfg file. Go to the aircraft’s folder and open the aircraft.cfg file with a text editor. Search for
a [Radios] section. If it’s missing, you can copy it from a default aircraft such as the Cessna 172. If the [Radios] section is present, compare each line with the radios on the aircraft’s panel, using the included text field to identify required entries.


//Radio Type = available, standby frequency, has glide slope

Audio.1 = 1
Com.1 = 1, 1
Com.2 = 1, 1
Nav.1 = 1, 1, 1
Nav.2 = 1, 1, 0
Adf.1 = 1
Transponder.1 = 1
Marker.1 = 1

If, for example, the Com and Nav radios have standby frequencies,
you’ll need to check for the presence of a “1” in the second field of each line for these radio, as highlighted in red.


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