Installing Mig Alley in my oldest XP computer made the trick. "Setup.exe" must be ran in Win98 compatibility mode and that's it. That will probably do the trick in the Win7, but I'm not going to take any more chances.
|This is me flying a Mig-15.|
|Yours truly practicing the flying gaits in some remote area of South Korea.|
Well, it looks ugly. It's a 11 years old simulator. You may wonder why I chose Mig Alley and not any of the other add-on/mods for IL2-1946 or Strike Fighters. I read that Korean War dogfighting is nowhere more authentic in terms of flight models than in Mig Alley, but I have no proof of anything. What's your experience with the before mentioned mods?
And speaking of flight models. I messed up with trimming, climbing and descending in the F-86 until 2 a.m. last night. The F-86 Sabre, with the trim in neutral, flights a beautiful straight and level 430-450 KIAS with the engine at 83%.
I better get into some serious dogfighting now. I've lost no less than 5 hours troubleshooting this thing.