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Old 01-04-2012, 12:47 AM   #1
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when i click on call of duty 2 application to load this error appears

Creating Direct3D device...
Com_TouchMemory: 0 msec. Using sum: 0
Initializing render targets...
Requested frame buffer to be 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha
DirectX returned a frame buffer that is 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha
Initializing static model cache...
Initializing dynamic buffers...
Initializing particle cloud buffer...
Creating Direct3D queries...
Setting initial state...
DirectX reports 256 MB of video memory and 342 MB of available texture memory.
Using video memory size to cap used texture memory at 240 MB.
Texture detail is set automatically.
Using picmip 0 on most textures, 0 on normal maps, and 1 on specular maps

------- sound system initialization -------
Attempting 22 kHz 16 bit stereo sound
available 3D providers:
Error during initialization:

please please please tell me how to uproot this error
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Old 01-04-2012, 05:09 PM   #2
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Hey mate, Welcome to TSF,

I would guess that this is a Sound-card issue.

Your best bet would be to update you Sound Drivers.

If you need help with that, post back here and I'll walk you through it.


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Old 01-04-2012, 05:39 PM   #3
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That was my thought, but I wasn't sure. So i didn't say anything. Now this is going to sound stupid, but it may work.
If you have something plugged into the microphone jack, unplug it. If do have a microphone, try plugging it in and running it.

Something about those pesky microphone jacks.
This is just a little weird quirk that has actually worked on various games in the past.
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