If you have already installed FSX, but you do not have the latest version of FSX installed, you must uninstall the older version of FSX and reinstall the latest version. Refer to the fsdt_install_guide.pdf document found under the fsdreamteam folder under the FS folder after the installation for more details.
If you have installed FSX at some point, and wish to use this software on the same computer, you must uninstall the older version of FSX. Refer to the fsdt_install_guide.pdf document found under the fsdreamteam folder under the FS folder after the installation for more details.
If you have already installed FSX at some point, you may wish to use the option to remove the older install and use the option to download the latest demo and install it. You must uninstall the older FSX, and then reinstall the latest FSX. Refer to the fsdt_install_guide.pdf document found under the fsdreamteam folder under the FS folder after the installation for more details.
The fsdreamteam.com software will install the downloaded file into a folder called, 'FS', inside the FSX folder. This folder can be deleted if you wish, but for the self-contained installation, we advise that you do not delete the folder. Simply rename the folder to something like, 'FSX.zip' or 'SP2.zip'.
When you get back to the fsdreamteam.com website, you should find that the Demo is working as expected, and you can continue to use the product for a full half-hour trial. If you wish, you can buy the product at fsdreamteam.com and continue using the product as you normally would, you don't need to uninstall the Demo version.
If you want to support the community at Fantasysimulations, or want to support the community of FSDreamTeam, then you have two options. The first is to donate here: https://www.paypal.me/fantasysimulations . The second option is to simply download the free FSX's. If you are not satisfied, no problem. Just uninstall it, and download the same version of FSX from the same place. If you are really feeling generous, you can also donate to both the development and the community at the same time.
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