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I found that when i play ut2004,there are some noisy sound while the games and it respone is slow....
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    Sound respone slow in Unreal Tournament 2004.(Redhat)


    I found that when i play ut2004,there are some noisy sound while the games and it respone is slow.

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    did you check the options in game (sound section)??
    if there is not a problem there make sure your snd card is configure properly and nothing is set to mute in KAmix or Qmix or whatever,.....
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    What do you mean to configure the soundcard?using the redhat-config-soundcard?if yes,i already test and there are no problem.what is KAmix and Qmix?

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    Kamix or Qmix i think (dont use RH) are music players, or sound players, app's to play some sound.

    I know on mandrake xmms is muted, and global wave then becomes muted.

    But you state that its delayed not stopped?
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    So got any other way that i can try to solve this problem?i had tried to run the soundcard configuration,it's work properly.But i still getting the slow response during the game.....

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    slow game response is probably a videocard driver issue, if you don't have to proper driver installed, then hardware accelleration is not easly accomplished, and software based modules pickup the load, when this happens, the game will slow down considerably.
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    as qub333 said you should try to update video drivers...maybe it will solve the problem
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    I remember having this problem when I used redhat, do the newer versions of redhat use ALSA? I've found that using that makes sound much easier to deal with (I like that mandrake comes with it installed automatically).

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