Originally Posted by Reflux
I see you're running an Asus soundcard, the sound looping part of the crash is caused by having the Hi-Fi setting on in the driver, turn GX off too, if it's on. (White is off, Grey is on).
If you're having stuttering issues, I noticed you're also on a Gigabyte mobo of the same series, check the link in my sig, that will fix those, amongst other ingame errors related to games that use dolby surround sound.
Don't forget to use the UD5 BIOS rather than UD3R.
I closed Asus sound altogether, and also tried running it without any ASUS drivers and no sound after my last reformat. Still crashed. But the fact that we all have Asus sound cards could be a clue. Would the number of channels affect the game?
For Teh LOLz:
Ron: Hi, my name is Ron. How may I help you?
You: Hello, Ron, I was In Tier 2 and had been disconnected from chat after I did not get a response from the Associate
You: The last Representative asked for my email, though I am unsure why
Ron: It appears you are not currently logged into your EA account. Can I please have the email address your EA account is registered to so I can be sure to provide accurate information related to your issue?
You: I am currently in my EADM
You: email is #################
Ron: May I know the issue that you are facing?
You: I have spoken to 3 previous representatives about my Bad Company 2 game crashing with a sound glitch
You: the stuttering sound glitch continues after the game crashes, forcing me to restart my PC
Ron: May I know what all steps have been taken to resolve the issue?
You: I ahve re-installed my game 4 different times and reformatted my computer twice to resolve this issue
You: unplugged every device, disabled all sound, closed all background programs,
You: manually uninstalled and re-installed using EADM
You: erased my audio drivers, cleared and re-installed my video drivers
You: disabled SLI
You: Re-enabled SLI
You: Upgraded video cards
You: Overclocked, diabled all overclocks
Ron: Can you please stay online while I investigate this issue further?
You: My best attempt was a total re-format with nothing installed but Windows 7, latest video drivers, and BC2
You: no problem
I have given out my DXdiag so many times I feel like I should be charging for a peek.Edited by Nytehawk - 5/24/11 at 2:58pm