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For those with the Bioshock 1 sound bug and newer Creative sound cards
Enabling Stereo Mix is the big fix for the sound bug in Bioshock, but if you have any of the SoundCore3d Creative cards (Recon3d PCIe, Z, etc), you cannot enable Stereo Mix through Windows Control Panel like all the posted guides are instructing. You must use the Sound Blaster Control Panel, in the bottom menu labeled Advanced Features, where Stereo Mix is the only option. I'm sure this might be obvious to many with SoundCore3D cards, but it wasn't to me!
Date Posted: Apr 28, 2013 @ 10:00am