|18 Nov 2009||#1|
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Jerky Media Playback / Skipping Frames
I have read similar problems but not quite the same thing in other threads.
My system is as follows:
MSI K9MM-V MoBo,
AMD Athlon 64X2 3800+,
On board Shared Graphics Card
I bought Windows 7 mainly for Media Centre, as my desktop PC has been my TV, DVD player, MP3 player etc for the last few years. I was running XP and upgraded last weekend to Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit.
I noticed first that the TV playback in WMC was skipping frames and very jerky, but then I realised that this was only in full screen. When I play it in a smaller window it is fine, then when I go fullscreen it is fine for around 20 secs, then a flicker happens and the problem starts again. If I change the channel, again it will be fine for some seconds, then same thing again.
I have noticed now tonight that when I playback movie files in Media centre there is the jerky frame skipping, but in Media player it is fine?????!!!! Also alot of times that I play either TV or Video files in WMC the screen is just full of lines and I have to close it down and reopen, sometimes several times in a row.
On top of this I've now realised that when I was watching online TV (Flashforward on Channel 5) the frame skipping is there too (Explorer 8).
Could this be to do with the onboard graphics? I thought 64MB was fine for windows 7.
Please help before I have some sort of fit from watching this jerky TV!!
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