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Solved: Windows 98 makes ticking sounds from the monitor speakers during Need For Speed 2 SE

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by **__**, Jan 9, 2006.

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    When I play the game Need For Speed 2 SE on my windows 98, then during the game the speakers through my builtin speaker monitor start making lot's of ticking sounds. When I play the game on my Windows XP, nothing is wrong. On the XP, I have the exact same monitor as the Windows 98 has. When I listen to other things like music on the Windows 98, there is no strange sounds. Why? I know for sure that there is nothing wrong with the monitor, the builtin speakers, and the game. So what is it? The Video Card, The Sound Card, Or What????????
     
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    I guess on the 98 the game doesn't work correctly. When I put in Need For Speed 3 Hot Pursuite, everything works correctly. When I put all of the games on my Xp, they all work correctly. It probably doesn't match the 98.
     
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    Thanks anyways.
     
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    I'm guessing these are two different machines you are working with. If this is the case it's possible one of the machines is using on-board and the other a sound card. Tweaking the sound settings in game can sometimes solve this. That is if your still interested in curing it.
     
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