applying the downloaded mod

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applying the downloaded mod

Postby blazingangel21 » Thu May 15, 2014 1:40 pm

I'm having trouble applying a downloaded mod for flight simulator 2002, i have downloaded it but i do not know what to do next, there are no instructions for it, is anyone willing to help me out?

the mod I downloaded is: FS2002 Default Boeing 747-400 Replacement Textures Figuring Typical Passenger and Cargo Airlines Worldwide
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Re: applying the downloaded mod

Postby Webb » Thu May 15, 2014 5:39 pm

Follow the instructions here and in the readme file.

Make sure you backup first because you are going to have to modify your aircraft.cfg file.
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Re: applying the downloaded mod

Postby Hagar » Fri May 16, 2014 3:02 am

I think this is the file you're talking about.

Detailed instructions are included in the file named readme.txt but it all looks very complicated to me. Even with many years of experience installing FS addons I have problems understanding it. I no longer have FS2002 installed so I can't try it.

Might be an idea to try installing a few standard repaints first.

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Re: applying the downloaded mod

Postby pete » Fri Jun 06, 2014 8:20 am

I have also had a look at this one. The general procedure of installing textures in any MSFS has been the same since before FS2002 - BUT!!

This one looks like a whole pile of effort - certainly not a user friendly file. I have installed and tested 1000's of files over the years. I even used to design the odd aircraft for FS2002 and this one looks like it would challenge me too.

If I were you I would just find individual liveries for your default FS2002 747 and install them. There should be lots available. (can't quite remember if FS2004 liveries can also be used in FS2002??)

Might save you some blood pressure!! :D
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