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Old 14th February 2010, 06:31 AM
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Default Bug in Turok 3 found

In Turok 3 - Shadow of Oblivion
Every once in awhile when you use the (Restore last state) F7, the audio will quit working alltogether. Pressing F7 again does not remedy this. I found the only way is to Shut down emulation, and then re-load game. Then Restore. After this, audio works again, until the bug presents itself . It is intermittent and only happens once every 6 or so restores. If you already know about this, then ignore this.

Btw, it doesn't happen in any other game I have tried ... and played for awhile (eg.. Castlevania 64) .
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Old 14th February 2010, 07:41 AM
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not a bug.

savestates are not stable.
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It's also possible that the save states aren't causing the issue--just near the proximity in time to store the system for consistently re-producing a crash by loading a save state.

Making a save state before where you know you will get a crash is a good practice for debugging some things, but sometimes the errors are just random, whether or not resulting from save states.
 

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