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Sound Loop Issue with Stronghold 2
Ruraraid1  posted on Apr 25, 2009 5:28:51 PM - Report post

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While trying to use the 1.4.1 trainer with my retail version of stronghold 2 which i updated with the all the patches to 1.4.1 so it would work with the trainer but i came across an issue even though all of the options work perfectly theres a constant sound loop as soon as its activated at the main menu where it constantly repeats the word "activa" which is an incomplete activated for the whole time im playing the game

i hate to sound negative but id hate to have to reinstall my game and the patches(seing as how its not as simple as other games) just to use the 1.4 trainer so could someone help with this issue so i can use play the game with all the patches and the latest trainer without that really annoying and loud sound loop issue

Ruraraid1  posted on May 05, 2009 8:22:23 PM - Report post

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sry for double posting but im still interested in trying to figure out this annoying sound loop issue

but i did reinstall my game and update it to 1.2 just so i could play but i still want to use the 1.4.1 trainer because of its add resource option

[Edited by Ruraraid1, 5/5/2009 8:25:05 PM]

PWizard  posted on May 06, 2009 4:22:20 AM - Report post

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This is typically something interfering with the trainer like antivirus, etc. A reboot might help, otherwise you have to figure out what is causing the conflict.
toreador  posted on May 06, 2009 8:57:36 AM - Report post

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Hmm this will probably not work but try it just in case. Go to start>control panel>sounds and audio devices>speaker settings-advanced. In the performance tab lower the hardware acceleration setting. Then run the game/trainer.
Ruraraid1  posted on May 06, 2009 1:11:01 PM - Report post

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Ill try that when i get my discs back because i let my friend borrow them to play the game on his computer ever since i got Empire TW

whenever i get them back ill try those methods and edit this post with the results

DABhand  posted on May 08, 2009 11:19:18 AM - Report post

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Sound looping in games could be due to...

1. Hard Disk access, while in the game the hard disk is read from quite a fair bit, if the disk is heavily fragmented it can in a sense halt a game until data is loaded.

2. RAM is not flushing properly, try a RAM test to check your ram is fine. And do Overclock it if you are :P

3. The sound card cant handle the amount of threads the game is firing at it, some cards can only handle a maximum of 16, while others can go higher.

4. CPU is overheating.

It could be a number of things, but hard to say without seeing the machine.

Ruraraid1  posted on May 09, 2009 3:31:33 AM - Report post

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well its definatly not 4 because theres only a few games that get my CPU above the average temperature and thats Crysis, Assassins Creed, Empire Total War, GTA4(sometimes)
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