hi and thank you.
i found the files.i have aproblem though, the instructions say that i should Unzip the contents of piper_sem.zip into your fs2002/aircraft folder. Then copy the contents of the gauges folder into fs2002/gauges folder
i m guessing the aircraft folder is the AIrcrafteditor, but i never found any gauges folder.
I just checked out FS2002.com and they have a Seminole on the first page of aircraft downloads. It looks like it's painted in FSU colors and the panel looks half way decent. Haven't tried it out yet though.
I suppose you saved the folder to "My Documents" all you need to do is right click the folder in there and click extract all then on the extracted folder open it up and sometimes there is another folder which is the aircraft so you might have to open that up and model, panel, sound, textures should come up. The gauges should be there.....if not then you might just have to download a panel. Again I suggest you look on www.avsim.com and www.fs2002.com
If you have any more problems email me the folder and I'll see what you are or aren't doing and give you more specific instructions.
If you downloaded the plane from www.fs2002.com and it's this one http://www.fs2002.com/viewfile.php?fileid=715 save the folder to My Documents extract the folder and open the extracted folder up. Open aircraft folder up which is next to another folder called Gauges and there should be a folder named pipsem that's the folder you want to move to My computer, C drive, Program files, Microsoft games, FS2002, and drag it into the Aircraft folder. After that go back and open Gauges. Highlight all of the files in there. Go back to My computer, C drive, Program files, Microsoft games, FS2002, and look for the folder GAUGES open that and paste the files you copied into that.