The first obvious question… do other audio applications work ok on the NT system?
Have you tried both FSOUND_OUTPUT_WINMM and FSOUND_OUTPUT_DSOUND? Or do you let FMOD choose the output device? If the system is Windows NT4 and you are using DSOUND output, then NT4 only supports up to DirectX 3. WINMM is the best choice for Windows NT.
Are you checking the return value of FSOUND_Init() to make sure that FMOD initialised correctly?
-do other audio applications work ok on the NT system : yes of course 😉
-i don’t use FSOUND_OUTPUT_WINMM and FSOUND_OUTPUT_DSOUND, i let FMOD choose the output (i think)
-and i don’t check the return value of FSOUND_Init() but i will do it this afternoon…
thank’s for answering…and see u soon.
i use the the fmod that you give it to me…and surprise nothing…no sound…so that’s not my player !!
I saw the person who install the pc on my university,and he say that is normal and i must use special pc for the multimedia. ..so i use it and that work fine !!!!
Thank’s and sorry for my bad English i’m FRENCH…
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