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oblivion runs REALLY slow and then crashes


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#1 lnepoe888

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Posted 18 September 2010 - 04:33 PM

Error says something about ASAudioHD.ax being the culprit. I have Total Media Extreme installed which I use to record HD video off my Xbox 360. (google said it uses that file as well)

Basically I launch oblivion, no menu music plays though its supposed to, then I load the save, and the framerate goes from 14 to 20 I can't move around barely, its very very unresponsive.

This computer is really starting to annoy me...

My machine has a Phenom 965, 4GB of RAM, and a 9800GTX+, it shouldn't be going that slow.

Edited by lnepoe888, 18 September 2010 - 04:34 PM.


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Posted 18 September 2010 - 04:44 PM

Ok I tried unregistering the file in question, this isn't really a fix, more of a workaround but it seems to work. My question now is, I want to make a batch file that when oblivion starts, will unregister the file, and then when the window closes, it will reregister the file. (So as soon as computer realized Oblivion.exe isn't running anymore, it will run regsvr32 again and register the file. Can this be done? I've seen it done before, I just don't remember the command.

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