Restoring your flight simulators original ATC voice files

In case EditVoicepack is unable to start, or the ATC speech is no longer working in your flight simulator you can try to restore the original files containing the ATC speech definitions. Once you have done this you have efficiently removed any impact EditVoicepack has on your flight simulator.

Microsoft Flight Simulator X
  1. Locate the folder “~/Sound/ATC” (where ~ represents the folder you installed Flight Simulator in).
  2. Delete all the files in the folder, but leave the directory.
  3. Insert Flight Simulator DVD 1.
  4. Open the file D1Feat~6.cab on the DVD
  5. Copy the largest file in the cab file to “~/Sound/ATC”
  6. Rename the file to “USEnglishBig.gvp”.
  7. Start Flight Simulator X and verify the ATC speech is working.
    • If it is not working the problem is most likely not linked to EditVoicepack, but could for example be a driver problem.
    • It it is working please run EditVoicepack again. If the problem returns please use the support options listed above to get assistance.
Lockheed Martin® Prepar3D®
  1. Locate the folder “~/Sound/ATC” (where ~ represents the folder you installed the flight simulator in).
  2. Delete all the files in the folder, but leave the directory.
  3. Open the Prepar3D_1.x.x.x-001.zip file (where x will be the exact version number of your Prepar3D.
  4. Open the folder contained in the zip file
  5. Open Data1.cab file inside the folder. Expect this to take anything up to a few minutes.
  6. Copy the file “usenglishbig.gvp” in the cab file to “~/Sound/ATC”
  7. Start Lockheed Martin® Prepar3D® and verify the ATC speech is working.
    • If it is not working the problem is most likely not linked to EditVoicepack, but could for example be a driver problem.
    • It it is working please run EditVoicepack again. If the problem returns please use the support options listed above to get assistance.
Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D® v2
  1. Locate the folder “~/Sound/ATC” (where ~ represents the folder you installed the flight simulator in).
  2. Delete all the files in the folder, but leave the directory.
  3. Open the Prepar3D_v2 zip file.
  4. Open the file data1.cab located in the subfolder of the zip file.
  5. Sort by size (if you can’t see the size, select View/Details in the window menu or ribbon)
  6. Copy the largest file (it will be over 200 MB) to “~/Sound/ATC”
  7. Rename the file to “usenglishbig.gvp”.
  8. Start Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D® v2 and verify the ATC speech is working.
    • If it is not working the problem is most likely not linked to EditVoicepack, but could for example be a driver problem.
    • It it is working please run EditVoicepack again. If the problem returns please use the support options listed above to get assistance.
Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D® v3

Please contact support@editvoicepack.com for assistance.