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  1. #1
    XyZspineZyX
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    Cant finger it out...I tried everything!


    Help!

    TG1
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    XyZspineZyX
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    Cant finger it out...I tried everything!


    Help!

    TG1
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  3. #3
    XyZspineZyX
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    Well, I've gotta have more info than that. Post your dxdiag. There is a thread dedicated to that on this page.

    My system:

    AMD XP 2400+ @ 2.13 Ghz
    1 gig of Corsair DDR PC2700 RAM @333Mhz
    Radeon 9800 Pro video w/TV out core @434, mem @720
    Windows XP SP 1
    Microsoft Directx 9.0a
    Antec TruePower TrueBlue True480 PSU
    16x Antec DVD drive
    24x10x40 Plexwriter CD-RW
    1 Westerndigital 40 gig harddrive, master
    1 Westerndigital 100 gig hdd, slave
    XFX KT400 ALH Via mainboard, 4-in-1 4.48

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    http://scmod.splintercellsource.com
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    XyZspineZyX
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    Yea Im getting the same thing, the sound seems fine at first then all of a sudden KSSSHSHSHSHSHSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH... its so horrible and loud. its like some sort of static..ugh but I think I went deaf from it once already... BTW I have a SoundBlaster Live Value card...and how do i post my DX diag again?
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    XyZspineZyX
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    http://forums.ubi.com/messages/messa..._tech&id=zyslp

    Ya'll already know what I'm probably going to say. You use a Live! card (both of you, I'm sure), and they weren't exactly splitting technology. I'll more than likely say upgrade to an Audigy or better...

    I had a SB PCI 512 sound card quite a while back (December). I got BF1942 for a Christmas present, so I installed it. I got into the game and I got the static you're talking about. I trouble shot and worked for at least a week talking to SB tech support, changing drivers, etc...But nothing worked. I just gave up and went to www.googlegear.com and purchased me a new SB Audgy card. It was around $90 then, but I believe its price has dropped to $60-$70 now.

    The noise was solved, and everything works fine now. This may be the way for ya'll to go...

    My system:

    AMD XP 2400+ @ 2.13 Ghz
    1 gig of Corsair DDR PC2700 RAM @333Mhz
    Radeon 9800 Pro video w/TV out core @434, mem @720
    Windows XP SP 1
    Microsoft Directx 9.0a
    Antec TruePower TrueBlue True480 PSU
    16x Antec DVD drive
    24x10x40 Plexwriter CD-RW
    1 Westerndigital 40 gig harddrive, master
    1 Westerndigital 100 gig hdd, slave
    XFX KT400 ALH Via mainboard, 4-in-1 4.48

    Additional PC version help:

    http://scmod.splintercellsource.com
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    XyZspineZyX
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    Yea, im building a new computer soon anyway, I was just wondering if anyone knew exactly why... I thought it was the card, but the thing that bothers me is why does the card work for EVERY other game? Does splinter cell use some sorta "super high quality digital augmented sound" or something rediculous like that? Ah well.
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  7. #7
    XyZspineZyX
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    Yeah, pretty much. Like I said that old PCI 512 only did it on BF 1942. If you want to see if you can temporarly get rid of it, disable all eax and lower the sound hardware accelleration in your dxdiag. I doubt it'll help, but it's worth a try.

    My system:

    AMD XP 2400+ @ 2.13 Ghz
    1 gig of Corsair DDR PC2700 RAM @333Mhz
    Radeon 9800 Pro video w/TV out core @434, mem @720
    Windows XP SP 1
    Microsoft Directx 9.0a
    Antec TruePower TrueBlue True480 PSU
    16x Antec DVD drive
    24x10x40 Plexwriter CD-RW
    1 Westerndigital 40 gig harddrive, master
    1 Westerndigital 100 gig hdd, slave
    XFX KT400 ALH Via mainboard, 4-in-1 4.48

    Additional PC version help:

    http://scmod.splintercellsource.com
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  8. #8
    XyZspineZyX
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    I think I fixed the problem. I went to www.soundblaster.com and downloaded the newest drivers for my sound blaster live value..it was around 30 megs to DL and now Splinter Cell doesnt make that annoying static noise...and it acually helps with some lag issues YAY now I wont have to go deaf anymore.
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  9. #9
    XyZspineZyX
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    Yeah, that's why I wanted your dxdiag. It would have told me the version # of your drivers, and from that information, I could have pieced together enough knowledge to recommend you update them. As for the other guy, he tells me that the game didn't load correctly in the first place, and all he did was reinstall it and that fixed it.

    My system:

    AMD XP 2400+ @ 2.13 Ghz
    1 gig of Corsair DDR PC2700 RAM @333Mhz
    Radeon 9800 Pro video w/TV out core @434, mem @720
    Windows XP SP 1
    Microsoft Directx 9.0a
    Antec TruePower TrueBlue True480 PSU
    16x Antec DVD drive
    24x10x40 Plexwriter CD-RW
    1 Westerndigital 40 gig harddrive, master
    1 Westerndigital 100 gig hdd, slave
    XFX KT400 ALH Via mainboard, 4-in-1 4.48

    Additional PC version help:

    http://scmod.splintercellsource.com
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  10. #10
    XyZspineZyX
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    I to have the Value card and downloaded the latest drivers from soundblaster.com and so far so good! No more noise! I guess I assumed Windows update would keep all my hardware drivers updated but I was wrong.....ThanX guys!



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