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DarkAnviL 10-10-2006 04:53 PM

I tryed every possible way with the settings for vent and BF2 audio options. NOTHING works. I tryed Flaships' method=nothing. I tryed changing the slot the soundcard was in=nothing. I even reinstalled BF2 and uncliked the installation for the voip deal and still same thing happens. Has anyone resolved this? What is the fix? It's really starting to get annoying. Anyone know the answer here? I mean if its the BF2 voip thing thats screwing it up then should I get another soundcard? Please help...

DThomas 10-16-2006 11:09 PM

Well, to run a sort of standard, I have a X-Fi Platinum sound card, and vent works perfectly for me in any game that I have tried so far.

-----System Specs-----
AMD Athlon X64 2800
ASRock 939Dual-SATA2 mobo
2 GB Rosewill DDR400 ram
256MB ATI x800xt All-In-Wonder
SoundBlaster X-Fi Platinum
2x 200GB Maxtor DiamondMax 10 Hard Drives
Running Windows XP Pro.*I have also ran Ventrilo from Windows Vista RC1, but there is curently no support for the X-Fi under Vista, so I just used my Logitec USB headset.*

-----Games Compatible With-----
World Of Warcraft
Guildwars
Warcraft 3
Empire Earth
BF2
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There are also a variety of single player games that I play while talking to other people that are my server. All seem to run smooth so far.

One thing to note. I do not have the mode switcher active on my card. I simply have the latest drivers from the creative website.

Prog-Rocker 11-08-2006 05:55 PM

make sure your bios and chipset firmware are up-to-date. also check soundcard driver versions. change this to see what is causing the crash:

BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) or STOP Error

Follow this step to find the error code:
http://www.mvps.org/marksxp/WindowsXP/bsod.php

Then either find the error code here or do a google search for it.

http://www.aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php
http://www.updatexp.com/stop-messages.html



Here's what I had to set in BIOS to stop WoW from crashing:


Memory Timings – manual
CAS Latency – auto
tRCD – auto
tRP – auto
tRAS – auto
tRC – auto
Address Mode – auto


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