i've been trying to install the mod for the last 3 days, searched the web, multiple installation,etc without luck... everything goes smoothly, i can get in the game,play the missions but i always get the xwa briefings and there's no voice ingame.
In the wave directory, i see all the wave for the missions but all those waves are for XWA, not TF.
So the problem seem to be when the installer convert the audio files from the tie cd?
Yes i use the TFTC launcher to start the game.
Anyone knows a way to fix this?
I run Windows 7 64b XWA english version Tie Fighter collectors cd2 Computer is a i7 950 @ 3.07 , 12g ram, nvidia 570 gpu
When DS wrote the installer, Windows 7 64bit didn't exist, so I'm not sure if that is part of the problem. Anyway, I believe this issue has been addressed somewhere here in one of the many posts on this site. Did you choose the correct game CD platform ? You might want to go through the /wave/Frontend folder and listen to each *.wav file on your HD after the installation. Delete the ones that were not converted. There is a relationship between the name of the wave file, and the current mission being played. If you have AlliED editor you can test this. I honestly can't remember if briefings were part of the conversion or not. I believe they were. I think I had to manually make things work on my PC even after the installation of XWA/TFTC. Haven't played in several years so my memory is foggy.
The inflight messages are directly related to the subfolder called Wave\Missionvoice\. The text *.lst files are mapped to the individual wave files for each mission (and in their own folder).
Not sure I answered your question.... but maybe someone else can post better advice.
After many failed installations i resorted to find a comp with a winxp 32 bits O/S and installed the game there. Went fine and played fine there so i copied the wave folder and copied it in my TFTC folder on my win7 64 bits system... it WORKED!!!! hooooorayyyyyy!!
So i think the problem really was that the TFTC doesnt like win 7 or 64 bits system but there's a workaround if someone else got this problem!