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Creative SB Live Value: repeating sound problem

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After installing SB Live, the sounds in windows only just starts, and the fist second of sound go on repeatingly. When openening a sound with mediaplayer or winamp or other players the sound stops (freezes)just after opening, and continue repeatingly. I use win 98.
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by:jcarlo
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Sounds like a conflict... Check Device Manager and report if there are any conflicts (To get to Device Manager, go to Control panel and choose "System."  A conflict will appear as a red 'X' or a yellow '!'.

Regards,
Jeremy
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by:rmarotta
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Please describe your computer & other harware installed. (CPU, RAM, drives, etc.)
It might be helpful for you to post your autoexec.bat and config.sys files here too.
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Ralph
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by:simver
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There are no conflicts as a red X or a yellow !
Its just make a constant ecco of the first sound
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by:rmarotta
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We need more information to be able to help you to resolve this.
Please respond to my last comment.
Have you tried uninstalling & then re-installing the soundcard?
Ralph
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by:simver
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Yes and I have also tried to format my c: and reinstall win 98
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by:rmarotta
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You still haven't given me much to work with.........
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by:simver
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The first sound win 98 play its make a constant ECCO fx. a kritical stop (ding) and its just say ding ding ding ding ding until you restart the computer.
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by:rmarotta
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Is there some reason you won't describe your system for me?
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AMD-K6-2-300 Mhz
64 MB ram PC-100
36x speed cdrom
4 mb AGP G100
12 woodoo 2
Motherbord= AOpen AX59pro
6,9 Gb UDMA-2
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rmarotta earned 200 total points
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Go to Device Manager, click Properties.
What IRQ(s) are listed for sound device(s)?
Anything else on the same IRQ(s)?

Click DMA button, and tell me what's in that list.

Ralph

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Please reject that "answer".
It was posted in error.
Ralph
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