Seeking a permanent fix (pokemon diamond)

Discussion in 'No$GBA Discussion' started by murph, Mar 14, 2009.

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  1. murph

    murph New Member

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    I am looking for a proper fix to the freeze that happens at the end of a battle due to the sound being turned off. If the sound is turned on, the game will unfreeze but the game randomly crashes. It is very tedious to have to constantly turn the sound on and off, is there a permanent fix for this?
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  3. Dax

    Dax ライチュウ|タオ

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    If you're on Vista, you can simply mute the emulator from the Sound systray icon. Otherwise, you're probably SOL, or use another emulator.
  4. SCHUMI_4EVER

    SCHUMI_4EVER Hackin 'n Slashin Staff Member Award Winner!

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    Yes other than that there is no solution at this stage I am afraid.
  5. Smilley

    Smilley Hopeless Optimist

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    Other than muting/turning off your speakers, but I guess you want to listen to music or whatever.
  6. womb_raider

    womb_raider New Member

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    If you get a hold of a copy of IndieVolume you can sort of work around it.
    It's an app that lets you control the volume of programs independently. When I tried to use it it would work fine, but it caused NO$GBA to crash whenever I switched windows. So yeah, as long as you don't multi-task it should be okay.
  7. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 No$gba Philospher

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    Assuming that you want to listen to music, it could be better off if you have a MP3 with your music songs included.
  8. supersniper

    supersniper New Member

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    Well... I kinda have the same problem... I want to listen to itunes instead of the pokemon game music but for some reason certain things need the sound to continue, like the pokemon cry to get to the main menu and the pokemon cry after you kill a pokemon to go to the exp page adn stuff...
  9. Smilley

    Smilley Hopeless Optimist

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    As said repeatedly, if you're running WinXP, you might try some 3rd party volume controlling utilities like IndieVolume; other than that, there's no way to selectively disable No$ sound without side-effects.
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    supersniper New Member

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    You think I didn't try that already before posting...
    Well i'll just play with the volume off and my ipod in my ear.
  11. Smilley

    Smilley Hopeless Optimist

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    *opens mouth, then sighs, shakes head and walks off*
  12. supersniper

    supersniper New Member

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    Hahaha I guess I hurt your pride didn't I...
  13. Smilley

    Smilley Hopeless Optimist

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    If you wanna know: You asked for a solution. I said that there is none. Then you respond that you already know.
    I just don't like such pointless things.
  14. SCHUMI_4EVER

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    Righto this situation has been sufficiently resolved, or rather it's clear there is no solution at this time beyond those mentioned here so I am locking the thread to avoid possible conflict.
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