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Driver issues with... sound cards? Ain't seen one ever since Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance. :p

Either way... try turning off Hardware Acceleration for your sound card. That might solve quite a number of problems. I at least know it fixed all of my games that has sound issues.
 

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And you must have a Windows Live account, too? :p How about your version of Windows must be Vista or above, your version of Windows must be activated and genuine, all your drivers must be WHQL, and WDDM, your Vista score must be over 5.9? :p (p.s.: your attack points in Disgaea must be over 50 mil? :evil: Seriosly, though... that's kinda impossible even with hacking)

And anyway, just checked the FEAR 2 demo on my PC, too. Onboard sound chip works just fine. I guess this only happens to discrete sound cards.
 

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oO Damn. I just picked up Disgaea 3 yesterday.:p
See you online next year. :p Hopefully by then... you'll have reached enough ATK points to kill the ultimate boss in the game.

Perhaps disabling your SoundBlaster through Device Manager and enabling onboard sound (if your motherboard has this) to see if it crashes then. If you don't have onboard sound, try disabling your SoundBlaster and running the game without it.
If this turns out to be a problem with Creative cards only, I'd laugh it off because people always jump game developers whenever something goes wrong. :p
 

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Okay... back after checking out the demo properly. Been able to check it out on PS3 and PC. What can I say? I'd recommend this against anyone who has heart conditions... and I'm GLAD it would have sound issues.

Why? Because this isn't FEAR 2! It's mindf*** episode 1000!! The screen gets stamped with blood, deformed bodies, ghostly figures, eerie images, and the speakers get flushed with moaning, crying, growling, twitching, and any other kinds of sounds you can imagine. They held back nothing to scare the living **** out of you this time. Literally nothing. Action is very... limited in the demo. As in... you only get to do a little bit of shooting against actual enemies, who come down after a shot or two... or a hit or two. It's like the shooting just "somehow" made it into the demo.

Geebus... that was one HELL of a demo. Literally. I wouldn't be surprised if this game gets more than an M rating, even without sex.

But that might explain why there are sound issues. Too many sounds at once.
 
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