Link to latest SDK

Thanks - that is very helpful

Additional. It’s required only for CORE SDK installation. All others SDK parts will automatically install to CORE installed path.

Thanks. I now believe there is a bug in the Core installer and the Browse button should not be greyed out, I have reported it so hopefully it will get fixed.

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Correction

msiexec /i “path_to_.msi file” INSTALLDIR=“path_to_install_directory” /qb

Example

msiexec /i “T:\MSFS_SDK_Core_Installer_0.14.0.0.msi” INSTALLDIR=“T:\MSFS SDK” /qb

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Thanks this works well. Just something I don’t understand when installing documentation part the installer still using space on C: drive, more than 1000 MB if I’m correct. But all the documentation files (~900 MB) is installed correctly into Core folder. Welp at least it works for now

Do we leave version 0.13.0.0 installed alongside version 0.14.0.0?

No, uninstall all older versions first.

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The Browse for Install Path error has now been fixed by Asobo and the update installer uploaded.

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There is no need for workarounds if you are just now installing the SDK

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i tried everything and i can’t even find this version which is not available to download anymore
Desktop Screenshot 2021.08.03 - 08.22.37.54

Hi and welcome to the forums. I am not sure what you mean. You download it from the Dev Mode Menu - its under Help which may not be the most intuitive

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Or are you trying to download some other version?

New links (fixed installer):

Core: 0.14.0.0
Documentation

i can’t install the sdk core because it require an old version which i can’t found it anywhere

An old version of what? OK Your screen pic looks different than mine

of the sdk “MSFS_SDK_0.5.1.0.msi”

I can see that but I can’t replicate what you are showing. I see a Browse Button on the main installer screen as I show above and when I click it I get this:

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So I am not sure what is happening to you

when i click install it shows me that message to select the path of “MSFS_SDK_0.5.1.0.msi”

im not sure why but i really need it

Maybe someone else will be able to help

Maybe it’s a faulty registry-key. Try starting RegEdit and search for MSFS_SDK_0.5.1.0.msi and see what you find.

If the 0.5.1.0 package has been uninstalled properly, there shouldn’t be a key with this value. Delete it if you find one…

it’ doesn’t show anything so can you give me the path of it