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Windows 7: Help with stutter in games

04 Oct 2013   #31
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

ok, I read that the readyboot one is harmless and is because I disabled superfetch and prefetch. however, I cant get the computer browser one to stop..... I think that Is wagt causing my problems...


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04 Oct 2013   #32
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

ok, I believe I have fixed all errors except readyboot, however microsofts says that it does not harm performace, in any way, and is not really an "error" and to ignore it. so I am.

let me clear event log, and do a fresh start to see if there is anything weird
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04 Oct 2013   #33
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

so playing bf3, it seems to get progressfully worse at time goes on.

however all those errors seem to be fixed

any other ideas? how can I tell its a driver? the only drivers I manually installed is audio, Graphics, and Wifi adapter. and I KNOW its not any of those causing problems because ive tried multiple versions of them.

also im borrowing my friends ram tomorrow morning to try out. but I seriously doubt its my ram.
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05 Oct 2013   #34
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

i think its fixed.....

most games now have not stuttered. only BF3 has been. im trying all my other games before I call it however.
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05 Oct 2013   #35
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
ok, I read that the readyboot one is harmless and is because I disabled superfetch and prefetch. however, I cant get the computer browser one to stop..... I think that Is wagt causing my problems...
Superfetch and prefetch are best left switched on. In fact Seven doesn't actually need any real "tweaking" unlike previous MS OS'es. Aside from adjusting those and your pagefile, are there any other changes you've made?




From your event viewer screenshots there doesn't appear to be anything worth worrying about. None that would be the cause of this anyway.

If it was the graphics driver, you'd see:

"Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered."

However since there doesn't appear to be any of those events, it's probably not the cause. (although the symptoms are similar.)


You mentioned this issue also occurred with your previous GPU, what was it? And what's the oldest driver version you've tried? Nvidias been putting out some crappy ones for a while. Maybe going back as far 320.18 or 320.49 might be worth trying if you haven't already.


Have you checked your hard drives health? It might be worthwhile using an app like this to give it a check. With a quirky issue like this it doesn't hurt to check all angles.


When you ran memtest, how many passes did you let it do? Just the one or several? If there is something wrong with your RAM, it might not show up straight away.


What change did you make to improve your other games? Although if BF3 is still playing up, the issue may not be resolved. As for the choppy youtube playback, was it just in one browser or were other browsers affected as well?
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05 Oct 2013   #36
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
ok, I read that the readyboot one is harmless and is because I disabled superfetch and prefetch. however, I cant get the computer browser one to stop..... I think that Is wagt causing my problems...
Superfetch and prefetch are best left switched on. In fact Seven doesn't actually need any real "tweaking" unlike previous MS OS'es. Aside from adjusting those and your pagefile, are there any other changes you've made?




From your event viewer screenshots there doesn't appear to be anything worth worrying about. None that would be the cause of this anyway.

If it was the graphics driver, you'd see:

"Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered."

However since there doesn't appear to be any of those events, it's probably not the cause. (although the symptoms are similar.)


You mentioned this issue also occurred with your previous GPU, what was it? And what's the oldest driver version you've tried? Nvidias been putting out some crappy ones for a while. Maybe going back as far 320.18 or 320.49 might be worth trying if you haven't already.


Have you checked your hard drives health? It might be worthwhile using an app like this to give it a check. With a quirky issue like this it doesn't hurt to check all angles.


When you ran memtest, how many passes did you let it do? Just the one or several? If there is something wrong with your RAM, it might not show up straight away.


What change did you make to improve your other games? Although if BF3 is still playing up, the issue may not be resolved. As for the choppy youtube playback, was it just in one browser or were other browsers affected as well?
I read that the computer browser thing in even view was causing some people to freeze up. but not like mine.

ive tried all drivers since the 320.19. my last GPU was the same exact one as I have now. I sent it in for an RMA and they sent me a new one of the same model. my last one was the same issue.

I have ran a check disk in widows multiple times, and they have all come up clean. my HDD has 200GB left, and is defraged. ill run that program you listed. What should i have my bios set to for my HDD? ANCHI or IDE?
EDIT: Drive completed successfully. no errors.

I let memtest run several passes.

the only real changes I did was OC my CPU, HT Link, Shut down a bit of services, page file is set to 1GB, turn off some windows animations, turned off some windows features, and other various little things.... nothing that would cause this however.

the youtube issue happens in IE. I don't have any other browser on here. however, I DO remember videos lagging on my laptop too in IE, so I switched that to chrome, and it was fine. im not too worried about the youtube videos thing. when I edit videos @ 1080p, the video is perfectly fine. no lags or stutters of any kind.

it seems to only happen now on BF3. it does it very little in the beginning of playing, then as time goes on and my GPU heats up, the boost clock fluctuates maybe 10-20MHZ in the boost range, and so does voltage. and the stuttering gets worse after that, so I think it maybe that cause.....? It does NOT happen in my other games AS often. it may happen once every 20 mins or so, or not at all. so far that I noticed.
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05 Oct 2013   #37
Britton30
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

For a spinner HDD, IDE should be fine, the setting wouldn't cause stutters.
Memtest should be run a minimum of 7 full passes, more if possible, but at least 7.

Do you have another PCIe slot to try the GPU in?
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05 Oct 2013   #38
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
For a spinner HDD, IDE should be fine, the setting wouldn't cause stutters.
Memtest should be run a minimum of 7 full passes, more if possible, but at least 7.

Do you have another PCIe slot to try the GPU in?
yes, but only x8 speed.

also, its a brand new mobo. it was happening on the other one too. so its not the mobo.
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05 Oct 2013   #39
Dude

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
For a spinner HDD, IDE should be fine, the setting wouldn't cause stutters.
Memtest should be run a minimum of 7 full passes, more if possible, but at least 7.

Do you have another PCIe slot to try the GPU in?
yes, but only x8 speed.

also, its a brand new mobo. it was happening on the other one too. so its not the mobo.
Even in the x8 lane the card will perform the same. It never uses the full x16
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05 Oct 2013   #40
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

OK, bit its not the lane. Lol
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