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first all have you added any type of addon's like new airplanes
or scenery if you have then something there may be cousing your problem. if its an airplane go back remove that airplane. and try again
if all this fails you can reset flight sim 2004
go to Start then program files then microsoft games there you see microsoft flight simulator 2004 click on that then another box open up you see troubleshooting you notice in there rest to defaults
do not use this unless you wont reset it all to defaults settings. if this does not cure the problem then a reinstall of flight sim is needed. if you need any more help please ask
The 16 digit number or the product key for your game is can be found it is CD Case..Look for it there. You can also find it inside the cd installer. Browse in its folder and look for the key. If you can't find it then ask for the key from the store where you bought. Don't forget to rate me.. Thank..
What sim are you using? If for instance you are using MSFS 2004 the key assingments are in the game.
Start your game, go to settings,assingments,click(highlight) what assignment you want (flaps/brakes etc), then click" change assingment", then click either a keyboard key or click a key on your joystick, then click "ok". This i hope will help ya. Good luck JLS