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    Saving on FSX

    Is there a way to save the sound settings in fsx? Every time I reboot I have to change sounds to my headset.

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    Re: Saving on FSX

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Cumming View Post
    Is there a way to save the sound settings in fsx? Every time I reboot I have to change sounds to my headset.
    Hi Martin, that is a software issue...not my area of expertise sorry!
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    Re: Saving on FSX

    hi
    what do you mean by reboot ?
    Windows or FSX?
    if it is windows then you have software issues of the soundcard = update software of your soundcard > is it on your mainboard then udate that driver
    if it is FSX then your fsx.cfg file could be corrupt or FSX has not shutdown correctly after your sound settings and then you startup with an old fsx.cfg file where you didn't config the sound
    cheers john