|28 Feb 2012||#1|
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Audio Disruption During Certain CDs, likely ndis.sys issue
Running on a Toshiba Satellite laptop.
When trying to play or rip certain CDs I get an intolerable static coming through over the track. It's constant throughout the CD and the same on either iTunes or Windows Media Player.
I've run LatencyMon while playing and I'm getting a spike of over 2ms from ndis.sys, the issue isn't solved by simply unticking the power save options in the Wi-Fi adapter properties like some sites suggest and disabling Wi-Fi altogether doesn't help either. Is there anyway to disable the driver?
Or is there something else causing this that I haven't picked up on? Anyone had similar issues?
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