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  1. I was looking at some other gaming sites and there are other games that had that problem with the onboard sound but no solution was given except to get the drivers from your MB maker and update and/or flash the bios. I would highly recommend never using onboard video or sound for gaming. If it's a new rig it might be possible to get your seller to upgrade to a regular soundcard for little cost. (You can also tell them some programs won't run sound with the system as-is). Good luck to you, hope you get it worked out one way or the other. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Thanks
  2. Thanks for trying to help anyway........at least you tried......no one else here has offered any advice thus far. I appreciate you taking the time to give me some advice. I guess I will just have to keep trying things/researching/waiting and hoping that someone has an aswer for me. No joy from Lucas Arts yet either (4 days and still waiting), so much for a 48hr minimum reply time.
  3. The sound card/system is an onboard Realtek HD chip and I uninstalled the drivers and installed the latest ones to see if that would fix the problem.....no dice!!!! The game itself runs as a process but not an app......The launcher is fine.......in fact the launcher can play sound......but the main game executable cannot!!! If you check your system when the game is runnig you will probably see Kotor 2 running as an app and if you look in the processes list you will find kotor2.exe in there as well.....just the way the game runs I guess!?! Except on my system where it does not Anyhow.....
  4. Ok........both machines are Running Win XP .....same version (SP2) ........ and are both Notebooks (Toshiba A100 Series Satellite) Intel Centrino Duo 1.8 GHz CPU, CPU* Intel Core
  5. I don't know if anyone else has had this problem.......searching the forums has not yielded anything to me. So here goes.......I cannot get Kotor 2 to run....unless I disable the sound. Before anyone reading this suggests updating drivers.......I have........ The real bizzare thing is that I have tried the game on another identical machine (hardware) and it works fine.....no problem........this makes no sense to me. I have looked at just about every possibility I can think of, including checking to see if there are any other programs/processes which might be interfering with the gam
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