ok my problem is when ever i run a game i dont get audio but on windows volume control(for pcsx2 it says its outputing audio ) but its not all other programs work and it was working fine
ive tryed reinstalling PCsx2 and my audio drivers but no luck
my computer is
core 2 quad Q6600 @ 3.1
2 GIG ddr2 667 Memory
Geforce 8800 GTX x2 sli config
motherboard asus p5n32 sli Premermen
(audio is on bard SoundMAX (somthing )
all under windows 7 32 build 7500. (OEM build )
pcsx2 was working fine till today
whats the problem ?
Well if you say it was working fine until today there must have been something you changed so try to remember what it is, other than that did you try changing sound plugins?
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670 -- Windows 7 x64
the only thing i changed was i started to use PSx2 Luncher (But it was working when i used that ) all of a sudden it stoped But windows keeps saying its producing sound
...in PsCx2 go to Config -> Configure then in sound drop down list you maybe have 3 plugins, I have ZeroSPU2, P.E.Op.S SPU2 & SPU2-X
In ZeroSPU2 uncheck if checked the Mute box
In P.E.Op.S SPU2 on Volume set different form 0: ...
In SPU2-X in Output Settings set Module to different form 0 - ...
If this is OK, then go to Windows Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices, then on first tab under Device Volume check if you didn't mute it then click on Advance, see there if you didn't check Master, Wave or any of outputting sliders to Mute
Next go to Audio tab, & see if in Sound Playback is selected your Sound Card if not, select it then give it a try...
...if none of this helps try reinstalling sound card driver, but first remove existing one...
4x 4GB DDR3 2400MHz
AMD Radeon R9 Fury X
08-31-2009, 07:02 PM
(This post was last modified: 08-31-2009, 07:10 PM by zero80472.)
iv just reinstalled my PC and it still dosnt work for audio output
also iv tryed switching plugins but nothing works
There is a per-application volume setting in Vista: http://blogs.msdn.com/larryosterman/arch...04158.aspx
I can think of nothing else to cause such behavior. In any case it's not anything I can fix on our side, if all three plugins fail to produce sound. It's definitely something with your system or your PCSX2 configuration. I'm just not sure what else on your system could cause it, but I am sure there's something
on your system causing it.
Jake Stine (Air) - Programmer - PCSX2 Dev Team
If you're using LilyPad, try disabling its own volume settings stuff and then restart PCSX2 (Assume you have tried pressing the volume up media button already, if your keyboard has one. If not, I'd suggest you try that first).
While I believe LilyPad's volume stuff doesn't work with SPU2-X, I can't see how it could cause the problem you're running into, but worth checking.