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hcomspam12 Guest

please help.

Just installed fs2004 but on the training missions i cant hear the instructor or air traffic control.

Anything you can think im doing wrong??

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Can you hear anything else such as engine noise?



Last edited by Tailhook on Sat Oct 28, 2006 2:06 pm, edited 1 time in total
hcomspam12 Guest

Yeah i can hear the engine noise

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Can you see the ATC window?

hcomspam12 Guest

Is that the one that give you all the taxing options??

Yes i can see that and the radio box as well.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Try a normal flight - NOT a training mission and see if you can hear ATC's voice.

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

You could check the Sound slider settings in Settings at the main FS menu. It has an option for ATC volume Razz

hcomspam12 Guest

just tried it and still all i can hear in aircraft noise. the air traffic info is at the top on the screan in green and i have the option to select runway exits etc but no sound.

hcomspam12 Guest

just checked the sound settings and they are all ticked and on 100

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Tailhook Chief Captain

hcomspam12 wrote:

just checked the sound settings and they are all ticked and on 100

Maybe that's the problem.

Try moving all sliders to 0 - all the way to the left except the Lessons/flights slider, have that at about 50% - and the Air traffic control slider, have that at 75%.

Additionally where it says Sound quality at the bottom, check the radio button that says High.

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Insert your #1 DVD in your drive and after it loads hit Repair.Maybe you had a bad installation or corruption. Wink

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Ed Reagle (edr1073) First Officer

Also you might try to go through DXIAG. Go through the tests and see if it works through this and set it to normal. I had that issue were I had the sound card set too high.

lick on start. Type in (DXIAG), enter and the DX diagnostics will come up.

I hope this helped.

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