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Solved: Microsoft Flight Sim 2004

Discussion in 'Games' started by SBruce, Apr 3, 2010.

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  1. SBruce

    SBruce Thread Starter

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    I would like to move this program from my regular hard drive "C" to a new larger hard drive "F". The reason for this is that drive "C" is getting full and starting to run slow. I have moved what I can already but now I would like to move this program. Can it be done without uninstalling it, as I have mega scenery and aircraft add-ons plus Ultimate Terrain upgrades. Can I copy & paste it to the drive "F" then remove the program from drive "C" using the ADD-REMOVE facility?
    Bruce
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    That probably won't work. There are certainly registry references to the program, and there could be references inside program files as well.
     
  3. SBruce

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    Thanks D/H for the info. I am still trying to find the best solution (if there is one)that may come up. I will give this item a little more time to see if there are any further methods out there without completely removing and reinstalling it then trying to --I can't even think of the correct phrase to explain what would be entailed to re-add all the changes to scenery and textures etc not including all the new aircraft that I have added.
    Bruce
     
  4. SBruce

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    I am marking this item as SOLVED as I cannot do what I want without damaging the program. Thanks D/H for your time and advice.
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