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Battlefield2 not shutting down properly.


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Just as the title says BF2 doesnt shut down right. When I exit out of BF2, it goes back to the desktop, but the music doesnt stop, and it lags out my whole system. When I go into the task manager theres a process ~e5.0001 that is running, when I end task it, the music stops BF2 shuts down the rest of the way. Anyone else have this problem?? I know its not my comp because it runs ALL of my other games beautifully COD2,HL2,CSS,BF1,Rainbow six 3,Morrowind,COD, CODuo,MOHAA, etc,etc.
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make sure your sound drivers are updated and that you have the latest patch for bf2 installed. what are your sound settings set to?
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I have the latest drivers for all of my hardware, I contacted creative about this problem, and basically they said to disable the onboard sound. I did, it had absolutly NO effect. I starting to wonder if its a problem with the sound card itself. When I had this card installed in my old machine (DELL), it did the exact same thing.
I have the latest BF2 patch 1.21. And my sound settings are set to ultra high, with this sound card (only one thats THX certified), I should be able to run at this setting with NO problem. Im thinkion that im going ot remove the sound card run BF2 with the onboard sound and see if my problem goes away. THat way I can rule out if its the actual card that is the problem.
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I agree, that sounds like the next logical step.
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I have this same exact problem too, but instead, I have to close BF2.exe or something like that... I am starting to wonder if its my onboard soundcard... :-/
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