No background music in games such is Battlefield 2
My problem is that speakers work fine but in some games(BF2, Call of Duty 2,...) they dont play any background music just usual sounds when you click button; also when i play i dont hear my own gun's fire but i'm able to hear reloading sound(insertion of full magazine, ejection of cartiges)and all other voices and sounds.
i have adjusted settings in Windows XP to 5.1 and also in creative software
i have Audigy 2 ZS, Intel celeron 2.6GHz, 1GB ddr, intel bayfield mobo
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Most of the sounds you are hearing good are background sounds. If you are running a surround system, you might want to try adjusting the output of your primary speakers, checking for the correct setting on your receiver, and verifying that your central audio is in the correct section ( receiver output ).
If you are not using surround sound, Check the in-game menu (Pause) for an audio section, some games allow you to turn the character voices up and the music down. If you don't have that option, try using a new output cord from your xbox to Tv.
if the cd key was obtained online because the original was lost that would be the reason for that message. if thats not the case, you have two options 1. email ea games 2. buy new bf2 game(its gotten cheap). after spending hours on this same issue, i went with option 2 myself.
I would check what sound settings your individual games are running at. Sometimes when you have the sound set to something your speakers don't fully support (DTS, Dolby Digital, etc.) you'll get some sound and not others. This also happens when you try to push sound to a different number of speakers then you have (5.1 sound to 2.1 speakers, etc.)