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Old 07-17-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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Question FAQ links are not working, Buzzing sound is not in the fact...

But yeah when I search ''buzzing'' there is a shit load of topic with that in the title. Anyway, I have the same problem as these people. When I talk ingame the people Im talking with hear a ''motorbike'' right behind me. But when I talk out of game, sound is perfect.

I tried it myself with ''test'' ingame and out of game and its indeed the case, its bugged when Im ingame.

My drivers are fine, my sound card is fine, my mic is fine, my connections are fine.

The problem occured when the battery on my motherboard went empty, after that Ive got a couples of unrelated problem, some that I could fixe, like my CPU fan speed, some others that I could not, like my vent problem.

I tried reinstalling because I wanted to reset vent's ''setup'' but it did not reset it so it didn't change much. I messed with the setup, checking and unchecking stuff, trying all kind of test.

Im pretty sure its somewhere where I didn't my output as my mic and its actually using my speaker or somethings like that and it register the sound of the electronic imput or some wierd shit like that.

Im using windows 7 64x and ventrillo 64x.

Ventrillo setup SS;
http://img683.**********.us/i/ventprob.jpg/
http://img694.**********.us/i/ventprob2.jpg/

Thanks for the help.
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Old 07-19-2010, 02:42 PM   #2
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first, for win7 set vent as shown here:

http://forum.ventrilo.com/showthread.php?t=43879

set ingame audio settings to the same device.

in the windows audio mic settings, turn off any effect like noise suppression, accoustic cancellation, etc.

Starting From Scratch

Write down your Username and Server information
exit vent
goto START/RUN and enter: %appdata%\ventrilo

right-click on ventrilo2.ini and select “Rename”
give the file a different name

or
delete the Ventrilo folder
restart vent

re-enter your username and server information

what are the settings in the mic levels-enhanc-advanced tabs
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Old 07-27-2010, 08:11 PM   #3
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Everything is setup as in the win7 thread. Ive turned on ''Disable all enhencement'' in my volume option. Other than that I dont see the audio mic setting that you are talking about. I went in configuration panel-sound-mic-proprety-enhencement to turn the above on.

where can I access to that mic ''levels-enhanc-advanced tab''? Is it in vent or in windows?

Problem is still there btw.
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Old 07-28-2010, 11:13 AM   #4
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those tabs are located in the windows sound properties.

recording tab/select the mic/properties button
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:42 PM   #5
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In level, front mic: 96, mirophone : +30.0 db. I tried to play with both, when I lowered the values problems became worse, especialy the db.

enhancement: Disable all enhancements is selectionned. that's all there is on that tab.

advanced: channel 2, 24 bits, 192000 hz (studio quality)
Autorisation for application to take total control of the mic and give the priority of applications in exclusibity mode both activated.

My windows is in french so the message may differ a little bit but you should get the point.
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:49 PM   #6
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deleted the ventrillo file, didn't change anything exept my bind and enabled the use direct sound thingy and now everything is working fine. I still wonder what was the problem....hmmm.

edit: Nevermind, problem is still there. Buzzing, super fast buzzing.

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Old 07-28-2010, 03:21 PM   #7
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have you tried using the rear mic jack and setting all programs to use that jack.
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Old 07-28-2010, 06:09 PM   #8
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have you tried using the rear mic jack and setting all programs to use that jack.
Yup, seems its the front plugs that doesn't work proprely. Thanks!
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