NES - Fix Sound Crashes

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x999x

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Aug 6, 2007
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If your NES emulator becomes extremely slow when you try to switch on sound, and/or doesn't produce any noise once enabled, you will have to force quit the program to get sound working again.

To force quit, hold the Home button until you see the NES application switch out to the springboard. This takes roughly 5 seconds.
 

nobbie

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Jul 23, 2007
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#2
Well that didn't work for me.

What should the speaker button up top be? Bright blue Speaker? Dark blue Speaker? or Red Mute?