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Problems with Sound in games!

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I have been having problems with audio in game. The audio is fine for YouTube anything I can think of on Google! Minecraft works perfect! But when I play any Bethesda game Fallout 4 Doom (2016) only the intro and the dialogue work! Guns etc are dead silent! I have a wireless headset called skull candy plyer 1 if anyone needs my audio device. Please someone help me! Can't play a game with no in game audio! Someone help thanks.
Edited by VoltFreak - 5/19/16 at 12:52pm
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I have been having problems with audio in game. The audio is fine for YouTube anything I can think of on Google! Minecraft works perfect! But when I play any Bethesda game Fallout 4 Doom (2016) only the intro and the dialogue work! Guns etc are dead silent! I have a wireless headset called skull candy plyer 1 if anyone needs my audio device. Please someone help me! Can't play a game with no in game audio! Someone help thanks.

Weird, maybe try toggling the setting on your audio card for allowing exclusive control over the device between on and off.
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post #3 of 6
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Hmm I just don't understand what could be the problem. I have had problems with bo3 but I fixed that. Fallout 4 and Doom don't have a lot of audio settings to mess with.
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Anyone have any suggestions? I haven't gotten a response in a couple weeks.
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Bump.
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What is the sampling rate set to in the sound control panel?
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