Maybe it didnt work for me because I am using the digital out through fiber optic to a reciever? I play Minecraft, ArmA 2, Battlefield 3, Skyrim, Dead Island, etc. The game giving me fits is Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO).I do not overclock anything. It just that the game looks ♥♥♥♥ with some of these changes :S maldorf06-30-2012, 05:11 PMI also get blue screens when zoning in lotro. why not find out more
That was then. The cards have 4049 MB of memory according to dxdiag, im not sure if thats both cards together or what. imho dx11 was thrown in as a last thought and has not been fully implemented as such about the only thing you may notice in lotro will be the water effects May 28 2012,01:51 PM #4 RKL View Profile View Forum Posts Grand Poster Join Date Aug 2008 Location Cookie Land Posts 1,617 Re: Blue Screen crashes when playing LOTRO I used
I also try to do the same with the BIOS. Antialiasing=Disabled ) Change AllowDesktopCompositing=False to True Under the section titled [Render] change the GraphicsCore option to D3D9 (i.e. What I would recommend is just a complete reinstall of Windows for both of you because it's the only way to prove that you have a hardware and not a software I will try these changes and see if it helps with the problem.
Standing Stone Games and the Standing Stone Games logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Standing Stone Games LLC. . That's one less thing to worry about. Kok-Choy-XCL-09-17-2011, 09:14 [email protected], Do you mean this? I'd turn off the "NeoPC" aspect of the DTS Connect pack though.
Within that file under the sectioned titled [Display] make the following changes: Change AllowFakeFullScreen=True to False Change SyncToRefresh=False to True Verify that the number following Resolution= matches your current Windows desktop maldorf06-27-2012, 10:11 AMJust set the use of system cache as high as it would go on the slider up to 1.0. Then, swap the two sticks and do it again. Check that the latest drivers are installed: Ensure the latest core drivers, such as those used by your chipset and graphics card, are up-to-date.
It always happens during a transition from place to place when (presumably) the SSD is being read, hence the source of my concern with the data handoff.My W7 install is fresh http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-2769809.html Incapsula incident ID: 277000500036424297-164532457596846890 Once you've clicked OK (etc.) and you're back out. That's not a very proper way to have hardware audio, but it works and you have EAX like it was intented to work/sound.
And if you have already fixed it then great see you back in the game! [RIGHT][COLOR="#DAA520"][FONT=Garamond]Founder: since 2006 SoA beta.[/FONT][/COLOR] [charsig=http://lotrosigs.level3.turbine.com/0/01008/signature.png]undefined[/charsig][/RIGHT] May 28 2012,12:16 PM #3 Hazmat View Profile View Forum navigate here You can force LOTRO to use DirectMusic instead of OpenAL in the .ini config file, then restore OpenAL with ALchemy. I also am using the Digital NEO PC turned on to get 5.1 out of stereo signals. It's too fast (or too slow).
Queped09-17-2011, 07:19 PMYes, I was talking about this file, thank you. Im playing it in dolby 5.1 DTS. If so, please let me know. Check This Out Please enable cookies to ensure the proper experience.
Is that going to cause a decrease in video quality, or will it not matter all since the LOTRO program is rather old anyhow? It sounds like Phoenix (above) has the expertise and is willing to help. Oh, also I am new to the game and have just been playing for about 1 week or so.
This could be changed in some way, I will have to check that. ive got the computer hooked up to a decent Onkyo receiver with 5.1 speakers. I tried the new beta driver but it causes a really bad hissing sound constantly. Can't really recommend another sound card that will do hardware accelerated OpenAL sound in LotRO.
Are you using Windows 7 32bit by any chance? The problem was documented here. Its not making the hissing sounds anymore! http://wkpadv.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-games-and-browsing-internet.html So it sounded like &&&&.
And last night trying to play Minecraft--I've now begun experiencing where the computer just restarts itself. Any help I can get is much appreciated since I really wanna play this game baaaadly.<<< Tolkien fan. < > Showing 1-3 of 3 comments Cleatus View Profile View Posts 23 it's the Windows HDD format.. Thank you, The Turbine Technical Support Team Turbine, powered by our fans.
What is the fastest method to get a problem like this looked at by the development team? Unfortunately, the last BIOS update for my ASROCK motherboard was from late 2010 and is the one I am running. Mine was like 122 or so I think. Please enable cookies to ensure the proper experience.
If it works though I will be excited! When doing the software version the sound isnt nearly as crisp and it sounds like its maybe 3 channels at best. right-click the audio icon in the system tray (lower-right corner next to clock).choose "recording devices."right-click and disable all devices except whatever you use for voice chat (actually, you might want to any suggestions on partitions)I rar'ed the minidump folder and uploaded it to my mediafire account--hope that will suffice.
The sound card lies almost directly on top of one of my GTX 470 video cards. Looks like the problem is that Windows only gives 2 GB RAM to the game by default. Change Antialiasing= to Disabled if set to 2x/4x etc. (e.g. I run two Radeon HD6870's in Crossfire mode.
Woot Originally Posted by Hurin Also, in Creative Audio Control Panel. . . Do the following as well. . . Just tell me which Windows are you using? This 4 years old bug is gone with the last release of drivers as expected.
maldorf06-27-2012, 09:41 AMI have heard some kinmates talking about crashing (not sure about blue screens) on loading screens, which you usually get on zoning. Funny thingi is The Witcher is working flawlessly with the new driver, but I suppose each game has its own problems and one cannot assume just because one program runs well Jun 30 2012,02:13 PM #18 Hurin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grand Poster Join Date Feb 2007 Location USA Posts 4,668 Maldorf, it is 99.9% certain that your BSODs