What is the path and folder that FSBuild is in?
Which MSFS / payware aircraft do you fly FS9/FSX?
Is you Win7-64 an upgrade you did or did you purchase it with a new PC?
1) E:\Program Files (x86)\FSBuild (windows is on c:)
2) Wilco/feelThere: Airbus v1 (Evolution & CALL!), 737 PIC (Vista/Win7 Upgrade, Mission Pack, & CALL!), E-Jets, ERJ, Citation X
Wilco: Piaggio Avanti, Tilt Rotor
feelThere: E-Jets v2, ERJ v2
PMDG: 747, MD11
Captain Sim: 727, 757, C130
Flight 1: ATR72, Pilatus PC-12
Coolsky: Super 80 Pro
Digital Aviation: Piper Cheyenne
Aerosoft: Twin Otter
Carenado: Mooney M20J
A2A: Piper J-3 Cub w/ Accu-Sim
Quality Wings: 757
WSSimulation: Diamond Eclipse
Iris: A-10A, F16D, F-14
3) Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium Full Install (not upgrade)
4) You didn't ask for it, but here are other add-ons I use:
Active Sky Evolution + X Graphics
FSPS Flight Sim Manager
Ultimate Traffic II
FS2Crew PMDG 747
FS2Crew LevelD 767 Voice
Ultimate Terrain X USA
Ultimate Terrain X Europe
GEX North America
FSWidgets Electronic Flight Bag for FSX
FSUIPC (registered) & WideFS
Super Traffic Board
Navigraph AIRAC updates and nDAC
I have UAC completely disabled and I've been careful to ensure that ownership rights are not a problem.
Windows is on a 30 GB SSD (I have some of the folders relocated to the using symlinks to my 1 TB HD)
FSX in on a 128 GB SSD
Programs are on a 1 TB HD
I run Radar Contact and Active Sky on a laptop running WideClient.
Intel Core i7 875K @ 2.93 GHz w/ Liquid Cooling
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465
2 x 24" LCDs
CH Yoke, Pedals, Throttle Quadrant
I see slightly more CTDs than I did when using XP, but I've also got a lot more add-ons now than I did with XP. Overall, I'm very happy with this Win7 Setup. I assumed that you were interested in compatibility with Win7 64-bit, so I've given you the complete run-down.