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NO MORE ATC VOICE, PLEASE HELP

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hi,here is my problem:when i use the FS2002 ATC, i only see the text, but i can't hear my voice (and the controler's voice)i reinstalled FS2K2, but did nothing...perhaps it's because i installed codecs for my divx some times ago?thanks for your helpPaolo

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Anytime this has happened to me, I've needed to uninstlall and reinstall the audio codecs; the sound came back.Rick

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thanks, but can you tell me which codecs to reinstall?thankspaolo

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Assuming you're running Windows XP, look in the Control Panel under Sounds and Audio Devices, then under Hardware. You should find the audio codecs there. Feel free to use Windows' own troubleshooting system to help you.Rick

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Look in the tips section (at the top of this forum), search for LOST ATC, NO ATC, etc.

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Thanks a lot,that's what i did;and i found a very good explaination from you!it was about codecs that i can find in the device manager;so i did what you wrote, and it sounds like i don't have these codecsi only have SONY ATRAC 3 CODECSWINDOWS MEDIA AUDIOFRAUNHOFER IIS MPEG LAYER 3 AUDIOthat's all; so you're saying that if i don't have those needed, i have to reinstall them; i have WINDOWS XP, but i don't know how to install them....don't know what a repair/reinstall is exactly, and don't know where to do it..see the attached pictureby the way thank you very much for your help,i'm glad i found someone who can help me with this thing!Paolo

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You insert your WinXP CD into the CD-drive and follow the directions for a repair/reinstall. You can try going to Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs menu, select add/remove Windows Components, and see if the Multimedia selections are available.

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PROBLEM RESOLVED!!!what i did: a reinstal of win XP,but only an update without erasing my disk!thanks a lot for your help W. Sieffert(sorry don't know your name),you were so helpfull!feel free to ask anything you want, i would be glad to help you in return!see ya Paolo

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Your excitment in getting it solved is payment enough!! Glad I could help and that you got it sorted!!

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I have this problem aswell. How did you reinstall the audio codecs?Thanks

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