How to get Flying Model Simulator FMS to work on Windows Vista

Is it possible to get Flying Model Simulator FMS to work on Windows Vista? Sure it is! In under 10 minutes you can start using FMS on Windows Vista! Simply follow the steps below!

Things You'll Need

  • Flying Model Simulator FMS
  • Windows Vista

Instructions

    • 1

      Close Flying Model Simulator FMS if it's already open.

    • 2

      Find another computer that uses Windows XP.

    • 3

      Go to "Start > Search > For Files or Folders".

    • 4

      In the search box, type in "d3drm.dll" (without the quotes).

    • 5

      Next, click on "Search Now" or hit "Enter" to start the search.

    • 6

      If the "d3drm.dll" file is found, right-click on the file and choose "Copy".

    • 7

      Go to the Desktop and hold down "CTRL" and then press "V" on your keyboard.

    • 8

      The "d3drm.dll" file should now appear on the Desktop.

    • 9

      Next, copy the "d3drm.dll" file from the Desktop to a USB flash drive or you can e-mail the file to yourself.

    • 10

      Now, on the computer running Windows Vista, download the "d3drm.dll" file once again to the Desktop.

    • 11

      Right-click on the "d3drm.dll" file and choose "Copy".

    • 12

      If using Windows Vista 32-bit navigate to: C:\Windows\System32
      If using Vista 64-bit, navigate to: C:\Windows\SysWOW64

    • 13

      Once you have navigated to either of the folders (depending upon your version of Windows Vista), hold down "CTRL" and then press "V" on your keyboard.

    • 14

      The "d3drm.dll" file should now appear in the folder.

    • 15

      That's it! Flying Model Simulator FMS should now work perfectly on Windows Vista!

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