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Old 23rd December 2004, 07:04 AM
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Sound issue continued :/

Well, I previously posted here.


I have taken care of that problem by not using my Audigy2zs card and using my onboard Via Envy24 sound chip.

But, I have a new problem now. I use TeamSpeak when I play Savage and for some reason I seem to be able to only use TeamSpeak or Savage. Only one will run and not both at the same time.
I have pinpointed this down to the audio once again. I thought it was cause of Savage using oss sound driver and TeamSpeak using oss so I setup TeamSpeak to use alsa instead in the options menu. Unfortunately still no go.

Is there a way for me to run multiple sound channels at once, at the same time from seperate programs? I thought alsa would allow this but for some reason it hasn't.

If anyone has any ideas how to resolve this please post, even if they are wild ideas I would like to see what you have to say.
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