Ok I understand so what's keeping me from installing the flight tool kit into Vista?No, you should be able to do an import statement. Something like:
<Import Path="path to the FileLocator.config in the Flight DLC directory"/>
Versions of the toolkit after 0.7.3 no longer require the Alaska Wilderness to be installed to work properly.
Ok I'll try to post it when I can get it.Ok I understand so what's keeping me from installing the flight tool kit into Vista?
Hi there. I got the latest GFWL client and the game from the two links you provided. However, the game doesn't show up on my GFW Marketplace, so I can't check for the game key. I also tried running the game and signing in to LIVE as well, and even though I can sign in to my account, it asks me for the game key and it doesn't "auto complete" it. I guess I need that work around you mentioned. What can I do?If you don't have Flight already:
Make sure you have the latest GFWL client installed: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=128962 (or www.flighttoolkit.com/flightInstallers/gfwlivesetup.exe)
You can download\install Microsoft Flight from here: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9800616
Even though Flight is free, GFWL needs to generate a key for it so it can connect to the service. I have heard of people having problems getting one. If you run into this after installing Flight and haven't ever installed it before, I have a work around that can be used. Let me know if you run into this.