1. Sound clicking in left channel (swapping channels in driver moves sound to opposite side).
2. Loud "surround static" sound when infantry walking.
3. Firing left FFAR or TOW makes sound from opposite side and vice versa (I meand left side launch sounds from right...).
4. TOW explosion sometimes not heard at all or too quiet.
Creative Audigy 2
Soltek nForce2U FRN2-L
AMD Athlon XP 3200+
ATI Radeon 9800
RAM 768 DDR400
Windows XP pro EN sp1
OFP:R 1.91, 1.92, 1.94 and 1.96
All drivers are updated two days ago. I bought Audigy2 only three days ago so I think I'll find more sound related bugs in flashpoint. I can say that other games a working perfectly (I mean with no errors with this audio card.
I've got the same sound card and OS, and using the drivers offered through Creative's AutoUpdate service (not sure what exact version, I'm at the office at the moment), I have no sound problems.
Make sure you have the right out put selected in audio properties, if you have selected dolby surround but are using generic headphones; some sounds will be too low or not heard at all.
I think to change this is in ~ start button, programs, creative, control panel (or similar) then options.
Just as follow-up, AutoUpdate identifies the Audigy 2 drivers on my system as V1.84.10.
Hey! I sad I have latest drivers, didn't I? )
I installed drivers and software from CD and then downloaded SBA2_EAX4DRV_031031.exe and SBA2_WEBUP_PCWDRV_1-84-40.exe, so I have 1.84.40 driver and EAX4 support.
I'll check if dolby decoding is switched off.
I know you wrote "the latest", but everyone's definition of "the latest" is different. It all depends on where you get your drivers, how often you check for updates, whether you are willing to install non-WHQL or beta drivers etc.
I did at one point have a more recent version on my system (I'm not sure if it was the V1.84.40 one you mentioned), but after a few hours I noticed that with the new drivers, the mixer didn't work correctly, and didn't let me switch between my 5.1 speaker setup and headset/microphone configuration for MP sessions, so I got rid of it again.
Again, the V1.84.10 driver is the one being offered by Creative on their website, and it works without a hitch for me. Your mileage may vary.