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  1. Windows 10? Ever since I moved to W10 SF2 doesn't like any of my controllers. I use an X-52 with pedals from a G-27 racing setup and a custom button box. Setting the controls ingame simply does not work anymore. Everything gets scrambled. The only method that works for me is to open the control file and type in the various assignments manually, then set the file to 'Read Only' so the game doesn't screw it up next time it runs.
  2. Just did a long overdue backup of my install and mods and can say for sure that Avast picks on 3 files in the main install folder. GroundObject.dll - from the Object folder EasyAvionics.dll - from the Flight folder MissionEditor.dll - from the Menu folder These are the ones to set to exclude in advance to avoid crashes when the game tries to use them.
  3. I don't know about any files other than the groundobject.dll, that was the only one avast took out for me. So long as you restore it and add to the exclusion list, it should be good. I guess a new virus definition from the latest avast updates is responsible for a false positive.
  4. Then right click on the entry for the GroundObject.dll and select 'add to exclusion and restore' Make sure the file is back where it should be first, then delete it from the chest (I didn't do this the first time and it quarantined it again)
  5. Open the UI. Go to 'Scan' and at the bottom of the main window is the Quarantine (Virus Chest) Click that. This is using the newest version of the UI
  6. Solved it. Check here http://combatace.com/topic/80293-and-so-sf2-decided-to-crash/page-2
  7. Checked Avast virus chest. It has taken GroundObject.dll from the Strike Fighters folder. Added it to the exclusion list and restored it. Then emptied the virus chest. Sorted. Now back in action.
  8. Still no joy after deactivating the protection programs. Also tried an old backup from 2012 patch level and no good.
  9. After reading this, I checked my installs and I have the crashes too. Sometimes on 40%, sometimes just clicking accept for a single mission. Happens with and without the mod folder active. Full 5 merged install. W7 x64 Ultimate Using Comodo firewall and Avast AV The only Windows update in the last few days was a windows defender update. Will try with the AV off and see what happens.
  10. I haven't tested it much, but when I was making my own campaign based off Spectre's modern Korea but for the new Korea map by Wrench, I was losing early when my carriers were sunk, or when the North Korean ships were sunk. When I changed the Intelligence level for all the Task Forces to 0 (stopping the all out air assaults on ships by both sides) the campaign goes on as planned.
  11. Could be related to your naval units. With NavalCampaign if yours or the enemy's ships are all sunk the campaign is over.
  12. File Name: Multinational Speech Pack File Submitter: thereg File Submitted: 16 November 2012 File Category: SF2 Series Add On Objects Multinational Speech pack version 1.0 for Strike Fighters 2 SHould work on any type of SF2 installation. This is a compilation of speech packs brought together by me from original files mainly made for IL-2 Sturmovik and released as part of DBW. Due to the limited phrases available, it is intended more for immersion than for accuracy. I can't claim any credit for the actual recording, but I did some re-editing and re-processing to better bring the files in line with SF2. I've also included a re-processed version of Gramps' Russian Speech Pack available on Combatace. BE WARNED: If you speak any of these languages you may not enjoy how they fit into the game. For the most part I tried to find phrases that fit the different SF2 files in general meaning, but they are far from perfect, and a few are actually just random. You may want to turn on subtitles, at least until you get used to the different phrases. Special note to my fellow New Zealanders: I humbly apologise for lumping us in with the Aussies, but it was the closest I could get ;-) ----------------------------- Credits and huge thanks: Original files provided as part of the awesome Dark Blue World mod from SAS.com for IL-2: RAF NZandAus French German Italy ------------------------- Originals from GONVISE for IL2: Spain ---------------------------- Originals from Azrael-WT, TIGERLIU, CrazyDog, Northeastern Panda, Liu MM, TIGERLIU, bwhorse, treefanweijia, llb00825, bwhorse for IL2: China -------------- Originals from EECH and first converted by Richard "Gramps" Kaminski: Russian ---------------- As for the Arabic, I actually can't remember where I got them from, but thanks to whoever made them. Installation: Place whichever pack you desire into the Speech sub-folder of your main mod folder eg: ...username/Saved Games/Thirdwire/StrikeFighters2 Europe/Speech/German then go to the flight folder and open the NATIONS.ini file to edit whatever nationality you want to use that particular language. Making sure to use the EXACT same spelling as the folder you're pointing to. eg: [Nation008] Name=WGermany DisplayName=German Luftwaffe Alignment=FRIENDLY PilotNameList=NamesGerman.lst RankList=RanksGAF.lst CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst Formation.Fighter=USFighter Formation.Attack=USFighter Formation.Bomber=USBomber Formation.Transport=USBomber Formation.Tank=USTank Formation.MobileAD=USAD PilotTrainingStandard=NORMAL GenderRatio=0 DebriefSuccessMusic=DebriefSuccess.wav DebriefFailMusic=DebriefFail.wav DebriefKilledMusic=DebriefKilled.wav SpeechFile=German <------edit this line SpeechTextFile=USAFSpeechText.str StartDate=1956 [Nation017] Name=EGermany DisplayName=East German Air Force Alignment=ENEMY PilotNameList=NamesGerman.lst RankList=RanksUSAF.lst CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst Formation.Fighter=SovietFighter Formation.Attack=SovietFighter Formation.Bomber=SovietBomber Formation.Transport=SovietBomber Formation.Tank=SovietTank Formation.MobileAD=SovietAD PilotTrainingStandard=NORMAL GenderRatio=0 DebriefSuccessMusic=DebriefSuccess.wav DebriefFailMusic=DebriefFail.wav DebriefKilledMusic=DebriefKilled.wav SpeechFile=German <------------------and again SpeechTextFile=USAFSpeechText.str ActiveDate=1959 AlternateDecal=EGermany_OLD55 StartDate=1956 EndDate=1990 It's as easy as that. You can use different languages for as many different countries as you wish and whenever you fly for that particular country, that is the language you will hear. This pack is strictly freeware. Use however you want, so long as it's free. Have fun! Cheers thereg Click here to download this file
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    Multinational Speech pack version 1.0 for Strike Fighters 2 SHould work on any type of SF2 installation. This is a compilation of speech packs brought together by me from original files mainly made for IL-2 Sturmovik and released as part of DBW. Due to the limited phrases available, it is intended more for immersion than for accuracy. I can't claim any credit for the actual recording, but I did some re-editing and re-processing to better bring the files in line with SF2. I've also included a re-processed version of Gramps' Russian Speech Pack available on Combatace. BE WARNED: If you speak any of these languages you may not enjoy how they fit into the game. For the most part I tried to find phrases that fit the different SF2 files in general meaning, but they are far from perfect, and a few are actually just random. You may want to turn on subtitles, at least until you get used to the different phrases. Special note to my fellow New Zealanders: I humbly apologise for lumping us in with the Aussies, but it was the closest I could get ;-) ----------------------------- Credits and huge thanks: Original files provided as part of the awesome Dark Blue World mod from SAS.com for IL-2: RAF NZandAus French German Italy ------------------------- Originals from GONVISE for IL2: Spain ---------------------------- Originals from Azrael-WT, TIGERLIU, CrazyDog, Northeastern Panda, Liu MM, TIGERLIU, bwhorse, treefanweijia, llb00825, bwhorse for IL2: China -------------- Originals from EECH and first converted by Richard "Gramps" Kaminski: Russian ---------------- As for the Arabic, I actually can't remember where I got them from, but thanks to whoever made them. Installation: Place whichever pack you desire into the Speech sub-folder of your main mod folder eg: ...username/Saved Games/Thirdwire/StrikeFighters2 Europe/Speech/German then go to the flight folder and open the NATIONS.ini file to edit whatever nationality you want to use that particular language. Making sure to use the EXACT same spelling as the folder you're pointing to. eg: [Nation008] Name=WGermany DisplayName=German Luftwaffe Alignment=FRIENDLY PilotNameList=NamesGerman.lst RankList=RanksGAF.lst CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst Formation.Fighter=USFighter Formation.Attack=USFighter Formation.Bomber=USBomber Formation.Transport=USBomber Formation.Tank=USTank Formation.MobileAD=USAD PilotTrainingStandard=NORMAL GenderRatio=0 DebriefSuccessMusic=DebriefSuccess.wav DebriefFailMusic=DebriefFail.wav DebriefKilledMusic=DebriefKilled.wav SpeechFile=German <------edit this line SpeechTextFile=USAFSpeechText.str StartDate=1956 [Nation017] Name=EGermany DisplayName=East German Air Force Alignment=ENEMY PilotNameList=NamesGerman.lst RankList=RanksUSAF.lst CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst Formation.Fighter=SovietFighter Formation.Attack=SovietFighter Formation.Bomber=SovietBomber Formation.Transport=SovietBomber Formation.Tank=SovietTank Formation.MobileAD=SovietAD PilotTrainingStandard=NORMAL GenderRatio=0 DebriefSuccessMusic=DebriefSuccess.wav DebriefFailMusic=DebriefFail.wav DebriefKilledMusic=DebriefKilled.wav SpeechFile=German <------------------and again SpeechTextFile=USAFSpeechText.str ActiveDate=1959 AlternateDecal=EGermany_OLD55 StartDate=1956 EndDate=1990 It's as easy as that. You can use different languages for as many different countries as you wish and whenever you fly for that particular country, that is the language you will hear. This pack is strictly freeware. Use however you want, so long as it's free. Have fun! Cheers thereg
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