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Mcmahon48 07-21-2009 05:46 PM

mic shows good but can not communicate and editing joystick profile
 
I do a voip mic check and it show good but when I start to play the game no one can hear me and I keep get kicked from the squads which is BS
Plus half my joystick controls are reversed of what they should be I have a Cyborg X programmable any help on this issue

paratrooper[BG] 07-21-2009 06:16 PM

Re: mic shows good but can not communicate and editing joystick profile
 
Did you try pressing tab, right click to activate mouse and click manage, then mute and unmute yourself?

wookimonsta 07-21-2009 06:49 PM

Re: mic shows good but can not communicate and editing joystick profile
 
as for the mic, check if your everything is set up properly. realtek drivers often have miccal or something of the similar that calibrates the microphone. this solves a lot of sound problems. also run the check to see if windows picks anything up on that microphone.
lastly, check to see if that microphone is microphone one, for me bf2 never seemed to pick up on mic2.

as for the joystick, maybe you have it reversed twice (or maybe you just need to turn it around on your desk XD).
once in the game and once somewhere in the setup

Raptor007 07-22-2009 02:01 AM

Re: mic shows good but can not communicate and editing joystick profile
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mcmahon48 (Post 1090605)
I do a voip mic check and it show good but when I start to play the game no one can hear me and I keep get kicked from the squads which is BS

If you are using your motherboard's onboard audio (like Realtek or AC97), try setting the BF2 audio mode to software. Basic onboard audio chipsets usually fake hardware-acceleration in the drivers, and they generally do a pretty lousy job.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mcmahon48 (Post 1090605)
Plus half my joystick controls are reversed of what they should be I have a Cyborg X programmable any help on this issue

When setting an axis, click one direction (example: roll right) and then make sure you move the joystick in that direction. If you were to move the stick left when binding roll right, the roll axis will be reversed.


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