[One-window-mupen] No sound in Windows

abogaard avatarabogaard created an issue

Hi,

I can get sound using cutemupen 0.1.0 and mupen64plus v1.99.4 (http://code.google.com/p/mupen64plus/downloads/detail?name=mupen64plus-bundle-win32-1.99.4.zip&can=2&q=), but mxMupen53Plus will only run with a more recent mupen64plus build (http://code.google.com/p/mupen64plus/downloads/detail?name=Mupen64plus-win32-20110711.zip&can=2&q=), and despite having the same audio settings, I get no sound. I would like to use your frontend, since it will allow me to assign my own controllers and the interface is better. :)

I am running Windows 7 64bit. Please let me know if I can help in any other way.

Andrew

Comments (5)

  1. Marianne Gagnon

    OK the solution is to disable one-window-mupen. I disabled this feature on Windows for the next release since I don't have a better solution now... If you have been using a previous wxMupen version you will need to disable this feature yourself in the plugins options

  2. Anonymous

    @ Marianne

    I can't seem to find the one-window-mupen option you're speaking of. Any help would be appreciated!

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