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Windows 7: Win7 Ultimate 64bit BSOD with audio playback


30 Nov 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

"ALL" drivers are up to date. I'm pretty sure I've stated that several times.

Also by multiple playback devices, I also refer to multiple parts of the single Realtek device. i.e. If the Realtek Speakers and Digital Outputs are both enabled it causes the BSOD. If just one Realtek output is active along with the Logitech headphones output it causes a BSOD.

The only way to prevent the BSOD right now is to have just one playback output enabled.

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30 Nov 2009   #12

Windows7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Hi ccintron,

I believe I may be having a similar issue to yourself ('BSOD woes' thread).. Whenever I stress the audio running on my GA-P55A-UD3 with Windows 7 64 I seem to get BSOD's OR the system will freeze with the audio stuck on a extreamily fast loop, more a a buzz really... This requires a hard reset. Have been trying a few things but no luck as yet!

Anyways, I feel ya pain!

M.
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30 Nov 2009   #13

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ccintron View Post
"ALL" drivers are up to date. I'm pretty sure I've stated that several times.

Also by multiple playback devices, I also refer to multiple parts of the single Realtek device. i.e. If the Realtek Speakers and Digital Outputs are both enabled it causes the BSOD. If just one Realtek output is active along with the Logitech headphones output it causes a BSOD.

The only way to prevent the BSOD right now is to have just one playback output enabled.
Post a new crash dump and we can take things from there.
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30 Nov 2009   #14

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Firstly i need to clarify my issue.

Audio files played through itunes, media centre, media player off my head they are .mp3 files (i'm at work at the moment) have a lag when i multitask. so listening to music and doing other things like surfing the web and flicking through songs (not actually playing them) creates a lag in the audio playback. and for video playback issue.... when playing videos on the web the whole system will shutdown no time for BSOD just a black screen and the weird thing is this only happends when its in full screen mode, yes i have the latest drivers, thats the first thing i'd check as i'm a network engineer so troubleshooting is my life....

Any ideas would be great...

Cheers
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