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Windows 7: storport.sys causing high dpc latency, windows 7 64bit

03 Sep 2013   #1

Windows 7 x64
storport.sys causing high dpc latency, windows 7 64bit

hi guys,

been searching across quite a few forums and couldn't seem to find the solution.
i have built a new rig just two days ago and i have noticed some audio stuttering on itunes when i was trying to turn off games features under "Turn windows features on or off" in control panel.tried turning off and on again and same thing happened. i thought this was normal until i tried in on my 3 year old laptop. tried using latencymon to find out what actually is causing the audio stuttering. latencymon showed storport.sys is causing it.

sorry for my bad english
any idea guys?

my specs :
Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
i5 4670k
asus maximus vi hero
vengeance pro 2x4gb
asus gtx 760
WD blue 1tb
tx750m psu

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