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Installing RealFlight 6 to hard drive, Windows 7 64bit?

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Old 01-21-2012, 03:08 PM
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Default Installing RealFlight 6 to hard drive, Windows 7 64bit?

I'm having trouble with my DVD player. It won't alwasy open without many times pushing the eject button and trying to pull it open.

So until I get a new DVD drive, I'd like to ask if anyone knows if RealFlight 6 can be installed to your hard drive so you don't need the DVD installed.

I just picked up the program with the air mega pack.
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Old 01-21-2012, 06:03 PM
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Never mind, it did install to the hard drive.  I was thinking that maybe you needed to have the disc in the drive to use the program.
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Default RE: Installing RealFlight 6 to hard drive, Windows 7 64bit?

Just for future reference, look real close at the front of the drive... Find a very small hole and while pushing the eject button push a straighted paper clip into the hole (gently)... This is how to get your cd back out of a failing drive...
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