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Discussion in 'Games' started by WingRider, Jan 11, 2003.

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  1. WingRider

    WingRider Thread Starter

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    While playing Final Fantasy 7, I used to have both sound and music. However, I recently moved my computer, and now the game says that sound is no longer supported, but music still works fine. Any help would be appreciated.

    Compaq 633 MHz
    64 MB RAM
    32 MB Video RAM
    ESS Solo Sound Drivers
     
  2. JJJecj71

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    In the back of the computer where your sound card is make sure it's in the right slot. You should have two to four slots sound in/out You what it pluged it in out.
     
  3. WingRider

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    Here's the thing - the sound works perfectly on every other thing - even the music in the same game.
     
  4. JJJecj71

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    Did you try to reconfigure the sound in the game it's self? Sorry little help, I never play that game :(

    I did have this problem a few times with some games and config the settings to get it to work but just moving the computer this shouldn't have happen so that's why I said maybe trying a different prog/slut to see if that fixes the problem. I also had a problem where I thought I put it in right on the computer and everything worked fine until I used my all in wonders ATI TV in card, and just moving it back to the right spot fixed that and the I still had everything working fine.

    :( Hmmm. I would maybe try this, it will not hurt.
     
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