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About MigHound

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    Bent Armpit, Ontario, Canada
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    I have a passions for Modern Military Aviation, Combat Flight Simulators... of course. Other computer gaming interests, 1st Person Shooters, Realtime Strategy. Other interests of the nerdy kind, Sci-Fi, Anime, Electronic Music, and Gaming


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  1. GermanCE Terrain Re-Work Preview

    Would love to see a faithful recreation of CFB Baden Soellingen so I have home for my Hornets.
  2. November2012 V3

    You're off by a day.
  3. 10 Years with Combat Ace

    Truly a vibrant and passionate community of gamers, modders, and quite simply good friends. Through this marvellous technology, brought together to appreciate a common passion. I am humbled and honoured to be amongst you all. Happy 10th!!
  4. Really really pretty. Those fictitious skins, may end up being brought to life, depending what theatre to which they would be deployed. That actually looks very much like the old East German four tone camo, assuming the USSR was still around. Awesomeness.
  5. Sorry for the late reply... That's got it, thanks for the assist.
  6. oh, awesome... thanks. I knew I was forgetting something. That's twice you've pulled my ass out of the fire... on the same issue I think, too. I don't suppose you have an idea on this other issue I have with the afterburners not appearing on random aircraft?? Works on some, not others. Thanks, much
  7. I have this issue again. Seems to me, it was a patch update, that fixed it, last time, however... I have the latest SF2 update from Thirdwire. Please help
  8. Not entirely sure what I am looking for in the knowledge base. With a more detailed examination of the graphic elements during gameplay, I am now finding that not all aircraft are without afterburner effects. F-16s, Floggers, show the burner plume, and a few others. It seems completely random, both stock and third party models are affected.
  9. Salutations all. Just bought a new machine and now going through the motions of installing all my material for the Strike Fighters 2 series. The issue I am having is that the afterburners plumes (flames) are not appearing, when they are active, on any of the planes I have used so far. The whole ass end of the plane lights up, as if to suggest they are active, but no flamage. This is what I have installed so far, and in order: SF2 SF2V SF2E SF2I Patch SF2I_update_Jun2010 (note: the game would not let me install "SF2_update_Jun2010", it insisted on the Israel patch) Patch SF2_update_May2011 Patch SF2_update_Nov2011 NATO Fighters 4+, minus the Campaigns and Menus directories, so I have the basic SF2 menus system. 200+ other airplane packs. System specs, below. How do I get this to make the afterburners appear in the game? Thanks for your time... Brian "MiG Hound" Smith
  10. New Beast

    Behold... the $1367 PC game. Isn't awesome? isn't it glorious?? ...oh yeah, and here is the system it will be played on. DWAAAAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Twr: Antec One Hundred ICE Gaming Case (Special Edition) Pwr: Thermaltake TR2 RX-650 650W Modular Power Supply MB: Asus M4N75TD Socket AM3, nVIDIA nForce 750a SLI Chipset, CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Ed. Quad Core Socket AM3, 3.2GHz, 8Mb Cache, RAM: 2 x Kingston HyperX 8GB (2x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM HDD: 2 x Western Digital Caviar Blue (WD5000AAKX) 500GB SATA3 7200RPM 16MB Cache DVD: LG CH12LS28 Black 12x Blu-ray Read 16x DVD+/-R/RW Write Combo Vid: Asus ENGTX550Ti nVidia GeForce GTX 550Ti Chipset 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E. 2.0 Snd: SoundMax 8ch 750 7.1DD (onboard) I/O: IMulti All-in-One Internal Card Reader Net: 2 x nVidia nForce 750a Gigabit LAN (onboard) OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (OEM)
  11. Ohh, finally. Now I can go back and reminisce of the old Jane's F-15 days. "Al Kharj Tower, request take off clearance"! Awesome pit. Thank you.
  12. Graphic Card Question

    My suggestion, for a good performance card would be the Gigabyte GeForce GTX-560 Ti . I was reading in the PC Gamer Builders Guide edition that this specific card, is mildly improved GTX-460 and the GPU clock has been tweaked just nicely, from 822Mhz to 900Mhz. Processor clock @ 1.645Ghz, SLI ready and includes Cuda tech. At $200, or so, it's a pretty decent card. I've been looking at this one to replace my old GeForce 8600GT. I'm not quite ready to swap out my entire system, yet.

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