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I got this problem:

I run SFP1 pretty well, without any sort of issue.

The only very tedious thing i have is that the most of the times a vocal call is given, my game freezes for like 1/2 seconds.

This may sound like not a big thing, but TRUST ME, since this pops up for 8 comms given out of 10, this problem turns the game into UNPLAYABLE.

And also (i got no idea why and what is the correlation with comms) almost every single time i shoot down a plane or i see an explosion in front of me, this issue happens.

I thought it was a setting problem, maybe a graphical one, or something related to my PC, i could never ever though it was an audio file problem...

I made many tests, but after several months of testing, removing all the audio calls files from the game files, i finally discovered what was the cause of those freezes: the audio communications.

Even if the game is perfectly playable as it is right now, without any radio chatter, it would be nicer if i could play it with audio comms again, instead of just ambience, plane and weapon sounds, i really loved HQ calls, wingmen comms and radio chatter.

I have no idea what could it be that "interfers" with the game and makes it freeze whenever a call is given, or even an explosion happens. :stars:

Only removing all audio comms from game files the problem solved.

Could you help me please?  Any idea or suggestion would be great!

Thank you a lot guys! :wink:

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Are you playing SF1 in Windows 10?

Have you had this problem since you installed your games?

Do you have an Nvidia graphics processor?  Nvidia graphics updates like to install their own audio drivers.  Messes up my sound on random programs.  So.. I uninstalled their audio drivers and don't let the updates re-install them.

 

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18 hours ago, Geary said:

Are you playing SF1 in Windows 10?

Have you had this problem since you installed your games?

Do you have an Nvidia graphics processor?  Nvidia graphics updates like to install their own audio drivers.  Messes up my sound on random programs.  So.. I uninstalled their audio drivers and don't let the updates re-install them.

 

I play on Windows 10 Home 64 bit

I always had these "stuttering issues" since i started playing it on my actual PC, 'till i removed all audio communication and chattering files from game directory. The game has turned "silent" now when i play (there isn't any kind of radio chattering or comm)

I hadn't any of these problems when i used to play it on my old Windows XP PC btw...

My specs are: Win10 Home 64 bit - NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti - i7 8750H - 16 GB RAM

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Since i play it on Win10, i also had "low lag issues" as soon as i started playing it on my PC.

I had to download those "ENB patch" files and select my NVIDIA graphic card as default GPU to play the game, instead of integrated one which made me play at 5 fps.

The only problem now is the "radio comms files", which make my game stutter and freeze as i said before; the issue disappears as soon as i remove these files from game directory.

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18 hours ago, Geary said:

Are you playing SF1 in Windows 10?

Have you had this problem since you installed your games?

Do you have an Nvidia graphics processor?  Nvidia graphics updates like to install their own audio drivers.  Messes up my sound on random programs.  So.. I uninstalled their audio drivers and don't let the updates re-install them.

 

Doesn't the NVIDIA GPU bugs out if i unistall its audio drivers?

What should i do?

I wrote my PC specs and also explained the problems i have in the replies before this one btw

Thank you so much for reading those and helping me out :)

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1 hour ago, JamesWilson said:

Doesn't the NVIDIA GPU bugs out if i unistall its audio drivers?

You could try uninstalling the Nvidia audio drivers and see if that fixes the problem.

If it doesn't and you have other 'buggy' problems, you can re-install the Nvidia audio drivers.

I'm not sure the Nvidia audio drivers are the problem.  Just a possible reason for your comm problems.

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8 hours ago, Geary said:

You could try uninstalling the Nvidia audio drivers and see if that fixes the problem.

If it doesn't and you have other 'buggy' problems, you can re-install the Nvidia audio drivers.

I'm not sure the Nvidia audio drivers are the problem.  Just a possible reason for your comm problems.

Ah ok then I'll see what I can do.

Thank you btw man :wink:

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