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Sound issues on Ejets V3 after hotfix - SOLVED

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Greetings Team,

 

                     After updating to hot fix install, I am having Ejet v3 sound issues. In the new install, I currently have no cockpit sounds. The only sounds present are the engines. Upon cold and dark, there are absolutely no cockpit environment sounds. This occurs on all 4 variants. I've reinstalled the application 4 times. I've tried the standard P3D folder install and the XML addon method and the results are the same. The previous build this did not occur. I originally thought I resolved it but I have confirmed this issue is consistent. 

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have you re-downloaded the installer? sometimes the installer is faulty do to data loss/fault.

are you installing as admin?

have you confirmed that when you uninstalled the pre-hot-SP that all Ejet references/files/folders were removed?

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I have confirmed all other aircraft sounds work as intended. My install in standard. The prior version of the Ejetv3 sound worked. I have ran the new installers as admin. 

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you have something in your install/system that seems to be blocking function. have you gone through and confirmed that you have somehow set some sub-setting withing P3D that is only for the Ejets that mutes sounds?

did P3D ask for gauge permission after installing the new version of the Ejets?

you did run the installer as admin?

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I haven't changed anything at all. The aircraft worked fine until the hot fix. I have done at least a dozen flights prior to the hot fix. I've reinstalled it several times. All other aircraft sounds appear as normal. I ran the installer as Admin. P3D did not ask for Gauge permission, should it have? 

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I did. There are still no click sounds or cockpit environment sounds. It's like the aircraft is not linking to the sound folder with all of the various sounds. The only sound I get is the engine. Other than that there is nothing else. 

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I would believe that if the other aircraft such as FSLABS who uses the XML method didn't work. I've tried both installation methods and the sound is not working. The first version of Ejetv3 worked, something changed. 

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so far it seems to be a localized issue that your computer/P3D has developed.  this is why I believe you should look closely at all xml references, including base game entries and not just the addon aircraft. something is sending the sound requests to an empty/incorrect folder.

anyone else reading have a problem?

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I'm literally out of options. There is nothing wrong with my XML references. Can you explain how the cockpit sounds are being called up? What CFG controls the sound logic, so I can look at that. I just installed it again for the 10th time. I've checked all of my other addons and none have this problem...

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The planes files mirror other add-ons so compare the file structure and contents to a plane that works.

It is almost like you don't have the sound cfg, sound files and folders ... or maybe a registry entry fault.

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Below is a copy of my XML. Does it look like entries are missing?

 

<?xml version="1.0"?>

-<SimBase.Document id="add-on" version="4,0" Type="AddOnXml">

<AddOn.Name>FeelThere EJets</AddOn.Name>

<AddOn.Description>FeelThere EJets Add-on</AddOn.Description>


-<AddOn.Component>

<Category>SimObjects</Category>

<Path>SimObjects\Airplanes</Path>

</AddOn.Component>


-<AddOn.Component>

<Category>Scripts</Category>

<Path>Scripts</Path>

</AddOn.Component>


-<AddOn.Component>

<Category>Effects</Category>

<Path>Effects</Path>

</AddOn.Component>

</SimBase.Document>

 

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Thanks for the help, I ended up fixing the issue by rebuilding my DLL.XML as you suggested. Thanks for the help you can make this solved.

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