In a message dated 14/09/2006 09:21:59 GMT Daylight Time, gwinsk@xxxxxxx writes: When running in FPI, I could reduce the display load by running Servinfo on my Laptop; no LAN connection required. On the "Flying" PC, I could accomodate, on the screens, FS9, FSNav and ATOC. That would leave the offscreen loads from ASv6 and ATOC, that could theoretically move to a LAN connected Laptop. However, with a dual core processor, will I need to that? I know that FS9 itself isn't written with dual processors, or HT, in mind but won't the system be capable of running FS9 on one and the ancillary progs on the second processor? Gerry, On my LAN I have an old e-mail machine and a flying machine, connected via my router. When on FPI I have Servinfo running on the e-mail machine, and FS9, FSNav and ATOC running on the flying machine. This works ok, the only complication was telling my router to leave port 15400 open for FPI, I assume I'll have to do something similar for Pilot's Club. Frank T.