Jump to content

Sydy

Members
  • Posts

    1226
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Posts posted by Sydy

  1. Hi Sabre,

     

    All ready here to start the campaign, even printed and put pages in a file to make easier to consult.

    I was thinking here... May I suggest ED to open a dedicated area in the Forum for his campaign.

    I'm not in a rush to fly it. I wanna fly it properly!

    Once again, in behalf of the "Tiger comunity", we thank you.

     

    All the best,

     

    Sydy

  2. Hi Apache,

     

    Just to say THANK YOU very much! I just finished the Mig 15 campaign and found out it amazing and very entertaining. Now I will start to learn the Sabre to fly its campaign. If anyone reading this has any doubts about buying, all I can say is "Take my money"!!! LOL It worths it!

     

    I'd love to see something like that for the F-5E. You did it in a very professional way.

     

    Congratulations and I hope you make more campaigns! (Do not forget the Tiger II)

     

    All the best,

     

    Sydney

  3. Hi Apache,

     

    Tks, got it right! Made it and now I am on the 11th mission... To say the true I am a bit sad now... I see the Campaign getting close to an end and that make me sad... LOL

     

    Btw, I'd love to see something like that for the F-5. Any chance you get something that PRO out for the Tiger?

     

    Still have to do it in the Sabre, though...

     

    Congrats for such nice job.

     

    Sydy

  4. I did the same as you not long ago, keep the system and its HDD as they were, and move the "critical" software like the sim on an SSD, which solved all the micro-freeze problems.

     

    - Copying the directories as explained above works like a charm, you don't need to re-activate anything.

     

    - I simply renamed the old HDD content directory to make sure it would not access files there anymore, and a backup of %USERPROFILE%\Saved Games\DCS* directories just in case, though it shouldn't be necessary.

     

    - Then about this:

     

    To avoid this problem with the updater, you can simply edit the registry (if you're not familiar, it's done with the Windows tool regedit, type the Windows key, type regedit, or type Win+R, regedit):

     

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics

     

    You'll find the keys for the modules, don't touch them, just change the Path value in key names like below (depending on what you've already installed):

    - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics\DCS World 2 OpenAlpha

    - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics\DCS World OpenBeta

     

     

    Redglyph,

     

    Thank you! and Thank you all for the answers. I did exactly like that and it worked fine. Game is up and running (much faster) in the new SSD.

     

    I have one last question: is there a way to check if the update is working?

     

    Tks again!

  5. I did the same as you not long ago, keep the system and its HDD as they were, and move the "critical" software like the sim on an SSD, which solved all the micro-freeze problems.

     

    - Copying the directories as explained above works like a charm, you don't need to re-activate anything.

     

    - I simply renamed the old HDD content directory to make sure it would not access files there anymore, and a backup of %USERPROFILE%\Saved Games\DCS* directories just in case, though it shouldn't be necessary.

     

    - Then about this:

     

    To avoid this problem with the updater, you can simply edit the registry (if you're not familiar, it's done with the Windows tool regedit, type the Windows key, type regedit, or type Win+R, regedit):

     

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics

     

    You'll find the keys for the modules, don't touch them, just change the Path value in key names like below (depending on what you've already installed):

    - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics\DCS World 2 OpenAlpha

    - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eagle Dynamics\DCS World OpenBeta

     

     

    Cool!!! That's the best solution so far, because I know how to do it.

     

    Thank you all, guys!

  6. Stdy,

     

    I did update to my system a few months ago, new CPU, GPU and new larger SSD 1tb. My old SSD had 128gb, with 1t HD. After the update I moved DCS to the SSD and I have had no problems with the updates. Just check my latest ver on the SSD and it is 1.5.5.8642 and on my HD the DCS ver is 1.5.3.52724. When the last updated started it was pointing to my HD G: but it installed to my SSD C:

     

    So from my experience you should be fine.

     

    Thanks taman!!

  7. We still don't know, however, if OP plans to install a new system on his new SSD, in which case, all my mumbling is irrelevant :D.

     

    Hi Art-J,

     

    It's not a new system, just a transfer on the same computer, just installing a new SSD for DCS.

    Tks for the help.

     

    Sydney

  8. Thank you all for the answer.

     

    It is not a new OS install. Computer the same, OS the same (already in a SSD), just moving the DCS 1.5 and 2.0 from an HD to a new SSD in the same computer.

     

    I will look carefully on all answers, but keep posting them. The easier, the better!

     

    Tks a lot, guys,

     

    Sydney

  9. Gents,

     

    I hope everybody doing ok! I am trying to improve my computer performance and I bought a SSD today.

     

    I would like to know if there is any way to transfer the DCS and modules already installed in my computer to this new SSD. Computer will be the same, old HD will remain installed, but I'd like to get faster speeds on read/write stuff.

     

    Is there anything you, gents, would recommend?

     

    I thank you in advance for any help.

     

    All the best,

     

    Sydney

  10. Hi guys,

     

    Just to say you're making me ansious... I got the training on the Mig-15 completed, flew several single missions, including the navigation ones with very good results.

     

    I already got the campaign installed and I am looking forward to start flying it. I decided to wait until I felt proeficient and confident with the -15 ops.

     

    Tomorrow I will fly my first!

     

    All the best,

     

    Sydy

×
×
  • Create New...