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Jwrath

Force Unleashed sound problem

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I have an ASUS ROG G752 laptop with Windows 10 64bit and while Force Unleashed works perfectly, there is an issue with the sound. It's nothing like the one you describe on your page (missing sounds).

...Well I haven't reached the Death Star level to tell if there are missing sounds...

 

The problem is that from the very first level the SFX volume is very low. I can hear the sounds of passing Tie Fighters, Stormtroopers firing and talking etc. but it's not as loud and clear as the cinematics and whenever this Eclipse girl is talking to me. I can barely hear the sound of my lightsaber and I can't understand why.

I don't have my speakers set to 5.1, just Stereo.

I've tried several compatibility modes and there's no change.

 

Any idea how to resolve this?

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The issue can be caused by your audio hardware.

  1. Make sure the driver is updated.
  2. Check for Volume Mixer. The game's volume may have been set lower.
  3. Configure any audio enhancement settings (in ASUS laptops, configure its AudioWizard).

If that fails, then the game may have a glitch. Have the audio mode in the game is set to Stereo, if available.

 

You can provide the game's audio settings, and your laptop audio hardware (Playback devices) screenshots.

 

Hope that helps.

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The issue can be caused by your audio hardware.

  1. Make sure the driver is updated.
  2. Check for Volume Mixer. The game's volume may have been set lower.
  3. Configure any audio enhancement settings (in ASUS laptops, configure its AudioWizard).

If that fails, then the game may have a glitch. Have the audio mode in the game is set to Stereo, if available.

 

You can provide the game's audio settings, and your laptop audio hardware (Playback devices) screenshots.

 

Hope that helps.

1. I already have the latest NVIDIA drivers.

2. Volume is set to max but the sfx is still low.

3. My laptop has a program called "ROG Gaming Center" and an app inside it "Sonic Studio". The game is set on stereo, I've tried experimenting with bass boost and other settings but nothing happened.

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Does changing the bit depth and/or the frequency(e.g 16bit 44100Hz instead of 24bit 48000Hz) improve things?

I've tried all formats but the sound remains the same.

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