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Maybe your folders are in the wrong place (sounds,effects... In the object folder)

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You have to go to where ever you unziped the effects, sounds, decals... , and "copy-paste" them into the SF2 folder (!)

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What OS are you using? AFAIK if you're using Windows XP or Vista, then you should be looking in "My Documents" for your SF2 mods folder.

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If you mean that these are not in your mod folder, and this is a fresh install, I can recommend you creating the folders yourself.I have tested this and it was successful.

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What OS are you using? AFAIK if you're using Windows XP or Vista, then you should be looking in "My Documents" for your SF2 mods folder.

 

i am using win 7

 

 

i already searched through tha

 

If you mean that these are not in your mod folder, and this is a fresh install, I can recommend you creating the folders yourself.I have tested this and it was successful.

 

ok i will try that

 

btw what are the mod folders?

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i tried what thodouras95 said but it still doenot work when i try to install mod thy dont show up

 

Then you are doing something very wrong

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In Windows 7:

 

C:\Users\[Name]\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 [Version]\

 

This is the location of where your mods go.

 

EDIT: Or just go to your profile, to Saved Games, then you'll see ThirdWire, etc. rather than typing in the above (in case you have a different breakdown).

 

EDIT 2: Did you boot the game once before looking for the mod folder?

Edited by Caesar

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Were you able to define the folder during setup? Also, where does the folder chain break? (i.e. do you have a ThirdWire folder, but no StrikeFighters2 folder, or do you have no ThirdWire folder at all, or...)? Might recommend a re-install, then run once, then check your Saved Games folder.

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Run the game then exit

 

Make sure you are looking here C:\Users\[Name]\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 [Version] - and NOT in Program Files where the game is installed because they are different!

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Welcome to the wonderful world of SF2! I hope you enjoy all that the game offers. I highly suggest, when you've progressed a bit in how things work, moving the mod folder into the Thirdwire folder. I have found it helps ALOT with multiple installs and sorting what mods (mostly stand alones) go where. It's fairly easy to do and keeps your C drive clear for OS stuff.

Edited by TeargasHorse

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here's a screenshot, in Windows 7 of mods folders in my /SavedGames section. your's should look something like this (less the other 'non stock' ww2 stuff)

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