Okay, here's a guide I made up for you. Firstly, download Alci's SAAT GUI FrontEnd
. Now put folder called Alci_s_SAAT_GUI_FrontEnd_1.0
on your desktop, along with the folders 133
. Now put the Alci_s_SAAT_GUI_FrontEnd_1.0
folder in your San Andreas directory (the place with the gta_sa.exe file and the folders). Now, run the SaatGuiFrontend.exe
file. You'll get a few "errors" asking you for the game directory, so just search for it and select the GTA San Andreas
folder, NOT any other folder that's IN in. Now you'll see the opened window of SAAT.
First off everything, go to GTA San Andreas\audio\SFX folder and back-up the GENRL
file, in case you'll want the old sounds back.
Now, take a look at this
picture. That's how the SAAT Control Panel looks like and how it also should look like to you. You may notice that I surrounded a few key things, which I'm going to explain now. On the left of the window, you see a list called Archiv
. As in the picture, go to the SFX (it may not be open, so open it) and click on GENRL
(which I also surrounded in the picture). On the right side you see a lot of Bank_# files, so as I surrounded with green in the picture, go until you find Bank_133
. Now, double-click on Bank_133
and select the Bank_133\sound_001.wav
file. As I surrounded in the picture with red, click on the second button which will replace that sound file, and search for the 133 folder which is on the desktop. Click that, and select the sound_001
file and double click on it. Now, do the same thing for all the files from the 133 files. After you've done that, select the 134 folder and do the same thing with replacing the files. After you've replaced all files, click the diskette icon at the top left of the program (surrounded in the picture with pink) and save your changes. And you're done! Just get on the Freeway and enjoy its new engine.
Hope this helps.