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KeMiKaL

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#21 14 years ago

[color=red]I'm back :)

Mr.Caine,

Hopefully i'll get you playing 2.7 within a few days :)

You need to post all your findings after each suggestion i make...[/color]

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[color=orange]For now, lets start with the basics, making sure those files mentioned in the CE (Critical Error) are actually stuffed away in your America's Army Folder.

To do this follow the upcoming steps:[/color]

[color=green]>[/color] [color=orange]Go to C:\Program Files[/color] [color=green]>[/color] [color=orange]Find the folder called 'America's Army'[/color] [color=green]>[/color] [color=orange]Now the file mentioned in your CE is 'S_AA2_PlayerCommo', this is a sound file[/color] [color=green]>[/color] [color=orange]Go to your 'Sounds' folder in the 'America's Army' folder you are in[/color] [color=green]>[/color] [color=orange]Do a quick search for the file named 'S_AA2_PlayerCommo'[/color]

[color=green]Is it there? Post back your findings[/color]

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[color=red]Another thing is, do you have XP SP2 installed? (Service Pack 2). Apparently it is required to play the game, i beg to differ but it's likely that it is 'required'[/color]

[color=orange]Check your downloaded files, see if they are the same size as stated on the website you downloaded them/it from. The sound file 'S_AA2_PlayerCommo' is 8,004kb (8MB).[/color]

[color=green]If you need the sound file, let me know, i'll upload it for you so you don't have to download another 1.5GB when you only need 8MB![/color]

[color=red]Report your findings please[/color]




Mr.Caine

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#22 14 years ago

Thanks for telling it was a sound file because I accidently installed it wrong. I remember i got an error from the sound file but I didnt mind it. :S Big mistake. It works now so thanks :D




KeMiKaL

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#23 14 years ago

Good to hear :)

All AA files that begin with 'S_' are sound files. They also usually have the file extension '*.uax'.