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Windows 10: Audio Bug


#1

youtu.be/lCl8GT_TLLE so that is what is going on whenever i launch the game regardless of if i use options menu or not, i tried doing a directx install from the games redist folder and i even tried reinstalling the game, can i get help?
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#2

Try running the game in Win 8.1 compatibility mode, that fixes it for all people we know have had the issue so far.


#3

how do i do that with the steam version???
i tried, it makes the game crash on start


#4

You go here Steam\steamapps\common\Automation
There you find the “Automation_Shipping_Steam.exe”
You right-click that one, Properties, Compatibility Mode
Then you run the exe while Steam is running.


#5

I had the same problem, I did exactly what killrob said to do, and now the sound works perfect.
Thanks for the help!

Keep up the good work, the game is awesome! By far the best game i ever played!


#6

Nope doesn’t work for me, sound still f**ked up :frowning:

edit: starting the game without options menu and on win8 compatibility it now works only with echoing sound


#7

Check to see if your audio chip provider has an updated driver.


#8

I have :slight_smile: Realtek have got drivers for W10

only Automation is a problem, Project CARS and BF4 are no problem


#9

We’re updating the sound engine for the game to the latest version for the next big update, maybe that fixes some of the issues on your end :slight_smile:


#10

mine just doesn’t work in windows 10… just says this:
“could not load file or assembely ‘Microsoft DirectX Direct3D’”

I would post the screenshot but I have no idea how


#11

[quote=“hazingie”]mine just doesn’t work in windows 10… just says this:
“could not load file or assembely ‘Microsoft DirectX Direct3D’”[/quote]

The solution to that is posted here: steamcommunity.com/app/293760/di … 763786630/


#12

Hi,

I’m new to the forum, but I experienced a similar issue. My audio would start to lag and then get stuck playing as if the computer were overloaded, skipping, droning, becoming tinny, and playing slower.

I’d recently upgraded to windows 10 from either 8 or 8.1, I’m not sure. My Realtek HD Audio drivers had not updated. After some fiddling I got them through lenovo’s support (I’m on an ideapad y500) and the audio issue resolved. So it might be worth looking into whether you have proper windows 10 audio drivers or not. Worth noting though that my drivers might not have been meant for windows 8 to start with since it took a lot of messing to find any that worked at all for my speakers.


#13

What drivers are you using? Win 10 on realtek drivers here with no problems. Is possibly something else interfering that do not have.


#14

Windows 10 Build 10547 (post-release, which is 10240). Realtek drivers with some Dolby technology, no issue whatsoever.


#15

[quote=“Chalk”]Hi,

I’m new to the forum, but I experienced a similar issue. My audio would start to lag and then get stuck playing as if the computer were overloaded, skipping, droning, becoming tinny, and playing slower.

I’d recently upgraded to windows 10 from either 8 or 8.1, I’m not sure. My Realtek HD Audio drivers had not updated. After some fiddling I got them through lenovo’s support (I’m on an ideapad y500) and the audio issue resolved. So it might be worth looking into whether you have proper windows 10 audio drivers or not. Worth noting though that my drivers might not have been meant for windows 8 to start with since it took a lot of messing to find any that worked at all for my speakers.[/quote]

Same problem here. Win 10 and fresh Realtek audio drivers. Any help will be appreciated!


#16

[quote=“joshart”]

[quote=“Chalk”]Hi,

I’m new to the forum, but I experienced a similar issue. My audio would start to lag and then get stuck playing as if the computer were overloaded, skipping, droning, becoming tinny, and playing slower.

I’d recently upgraded to windows 10 from either 8 or 8.1, I’m not sure. My Realtek HD Audio drivers had not updated. After some fiddling I got them through lenovo’s support (I’m on an ideapad y500) and the audio issue resolved. So it might be worth looking into whether you have proper windows 10 audio drivers or not. Worth noting though that my drivers might not have been meant for windows 8 to start with since it took a lot of messing to find any that worked at all for my speakers.[/quote]

Same problem here. Win 10 and fresh Realtek audio drivers. Any help will be appreciated![/quote]

you try running in compatibility mode like the devs reccomended?


#17

Right-click the printer whose driver you need to install, and then select Run as administrator.
For fix issues like Error Code 0xc0000225 , error code 0xc0000185 then contact hp team.


#18

I know this is Halloween, but, damn what a zombie thread.:skull:


#19

Why you are sending messages in old topic?


Look at the date of last post


#20

Who of us are you talking to? I replied to a Zombie worthy thread bump.