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Jusazn

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Ok now... Here... I posted a topic awhile ago about my sound card. I did all that -_- Now it doesn't lag as much when i play games OR watch a movie ... YAY!
Now to the other problem. it doesn't give out sound?? When ever i watch a movie ... Something pops out... A Directshow decoder? Its really confusing. and when i play a game. It still doesn't give out sound

Its a Sound blaster Audigy 2 Gamer. Its a fine Sound card but it won't work. Someone help me out... please?

-Jusazn ^_^
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LiaoGoren

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Hum, I had a little trouble understanding.

Something pops out?? Im not sure what that means??

It doesnt give out sound? Does this mean your not hearing any sound from the speakers?

Thanks
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Troy

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Its a fine Sound card but it won't work

Sounds mighty fine to me :whistling:

You really are having quite a few sound/audio problems, eh? Man it must be so frustrating. I take it in the "Headset" topic you've pretty much left it now because you have an add-on sound card?

During the installation of the card, did you enter the BIOS and turn off the onboard audio? You should be able to find it under the "South Bridge" section.

Is your card this one: Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Gamer? If so, try this link and download the latest updates for it.

EDIT: I just found your other topic where pip22 suggested turning it off in the BIOS as well...

Edited by ruthandtroy, 10 August 2007 - 01:03 AM.

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