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i see this file is from creative
should i just reinstall X-Fi drivers to fix this?

yesterday i dint had this ..
today i reset cmos and setup as usual
hmmmm
any of you got any idea ?
Edited by Towik - 2/18/09 at 3:38am
    
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The person in this link seems to be having issues with the Creative drivers as well. Maybe you could try his solution:

http://forums.lotro.com/showthread.php?t=48320
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Mybad, it's in Google's cache.

http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:...lnk&cd=1&gl=us

Here's what the person has to say:

"I was getting tired of running with no EAX or Hardware 3D acceleration, due to blue screening, so I decided to play around with the OpenAL files.

I've been using the updated OpenAL driver for a long time now. In the past some have replaced the OpenAL driver in games that provides it's own OpenAL driver file with a newer one to fix problems, possibly increase performance and/or audio quality in some cases. I've done this with a few games with no problems.

I took the OpenAL32.dll file from my C:\\Windows\\System32 folder and copied it over the OpenAL32.dll into my Lord of The Rings Online folder. Before I did this I took a look at the file provided with the game and I noticed it was a pretty old version. (dated 2001, 1.X) I didn't take note of the exact date and version however.

I then loaded up the game, made a Lore Master and went through the tutorial area and used the Burning Embers skill a lot. Not one crash!

I know that Creative uses OpenAL for the X-Fi line differently than past cards, to make use of it's APU and X-Ram and such. Therefor, it's not unreasonable to assume that an older file might cause trouble.

To do this, first download the latest OpenAL driver from www.openal.com and run the installer. It should take about half a second to install. Note that this installer will only update the Windows system OpenAL file, not all other OpenAL drivers on the computer. Backup the original OpenAL32.dll, found in the default install directory of "C:\\Program Files\\Turbine\\The Lord of the Rings Online", before trying this, just in case! To do so, rename the current OpenAL32.dll to OpenAL32.OLD and then copy the one found in the Windows\\System32 folder into the game directory. See how this works out and post here. This could provide some useful information.

If you want to restore your old OpenAL file just erase the OpenAL32.dll from your LOTRO folder and rename the OpenAL32.OLD to OpenAL32.dll again and it should be as it was when you started.

I hope this helps someone. I think it helped me. I was getting tons of crashes around Lore Masters and other random things with Hardware 3D and EAX enabled. I will keep playing and see if it crashes.

P.S. I think my audio quality sounds a little nicer too, in some minor way. I think it sounds more dynamic."


OK, so HE didn't actually have the problem, but some other people were and this fixed it.
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