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Audio Problems When i get into a vehecile i hear the radio tuning but after it tunes i dont hear the station at all even with the urser track station. help me plz

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You propobly have to mount your game in deamon tools or alcohol 120% (if its a pirate copy) and start the game from the "cd". It also may be a bug so you can try reinstalling the game, but if you have savings go to your game folder and save the save game file another location and reinstall and put it back =)

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