Weird thing with installing Mario & Sonic Sochi 2014

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  1. Digeridoo
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    I had installed Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, but when I started it, there wasn't any sound. I deleted the game because i thought it could be a corrupted file. Is there a reason why it has no sound?
     
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    System Settings -> TV -> Sound output
    Change that to one corresponding with your TV. If your TV is Stereo, set it to Stereo not Surround or Mono.
     
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    I didn't have my tv on at that time. It was on the gamepad.
     
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    maybe you got a bad dump and was missing the audio files who knows.
     
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    Gamepad is surround [Virtual to be exact]
    Some games only output sound to TV. [Ittle Dew does that also] So you might be out of luck.
    You can have a work around, by plugging in your headphones to audio jack in gamepad. This forces some games to output sound from gamepad.
     
  6. RyanAnayaMc

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    Where did you get the WUD folder from? Was it from USB helper?
     
  7. Marko76

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    Mario and sonic at the winter Olympics does not have off tv play that is why there is no sound lol the gamepad screen can only be used for menu selection none of the events can be played off screen.