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Help! FS2004 Sound Problem

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I just tried my first flight in FS2004! I loaded the Lear 45 and started the engines and everything sounded normal during startup. I switched views and all of a sudden my speakers gave out a squealing sound which I was unable to correct. I quit the sim and still had the squeal. I checked dxdiag and got an error message during the sound testing. I had to reboot the PC to recover, but had the same problem reappear when returning to the Lear. Any ideas on how to fix this? I am using, of course, the DX9.0a Direct X which loaded during the FS2004 install. I also have a Santa Cruz Turtle Beach sound card which has performed perfectly with all my software including FS2002 up to now!Thanks for any help!Airbus

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I have the same sound card.Same problem.I reduced the hardware acceleration (audio) to the first notch.Works fine now.

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Different sound card, the same problem. Windows xp, Creative SB Live card, haven't found fix yet. It worked just fine with FS2002.

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John,It worked!! I went into direct X using dxdiag and reduced the directsound acceleration to the basic acceleration notch and all appears OK now! Thanks so much for your help and taking the time to reply.Airbus

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champion , i have also had trouble with the sound blaster live card and im running xp .and i found out it was the drivers , go to the creative site and download new driver ,i hope this will be the answer for you , martin

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Before installing fs2004 I upgaded everything on my pc including directx, and the sound pithed up and down (on it

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