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Windows 7: FPS

21 Apr 2011   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 
FPS

Hello there!

A little problem or what so ever.
Every time I start Windows 7 Enterprise up 32-bit up, the Windows orbs are forming as you know. These orbs can run on normal fps, and certainly also low fps.

And secondly,
When it says "Welcome" at the blue screen (NOT BSOD, lol) there's like 1 lag. Just one, and then it continues.

And the last thing, when it goes from "Welcome" to that black screen, when it fades down to your desktop, the fade also lag.

What can such things cause? Event Viewer does not give errors either. Maybe my first screen can't handle it? I'm running 1680x1050.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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21 Apr 2011   #2

openSUSE 13.1 64bit
 
 

System specs?

This would help.

Check your startup list - It could be to many programmes trying to load at startup and not enough RAM to cope - hence the pauses.

Hard to know without more info though
My System SpecsSystem Spec
21 Apr 2011   #3

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nigsy View Post
System specs?

This would help.

Check your startup list - It could be to many programmes trying to load at startup and not enough RAM to cope - hence the pauses.

Hard to know without more info though
It's only Windows starting up. No applications.

My spec (as far as I remember):
4GB Ram (2 sticks) DDR3
1x SSD OCZ Harddisk
1x WD Harddisk 500gb
P5Q Pro motherboard

I think my Windows is weird. I'll try reinstalling Windows tonight and see how it is going.
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21 Apr 2011   #4

openSUSE 13.1 64bit
 
 

Try booting in safemode see if that makes any difference.

It could be a driver or a start up program.

If there are no issues in safe mode. Disable all but absolute programs in the startup menu and boot, add one, and restart. Keep doing this until the culprit is found.

Also is the OS on the SSD drive and what size is the ssd drive?
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21 Apr 2011   #5

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nigsy View Post
Try booting in safemode see if that makes any difference.

It could be a driver or a start up program.

If there are no issues in safe mode. Disable all but absolute programs in the startup menu and boot, add one, and restart. Keep doing this until the culprit is found.

Also is the OS on the SSD drive and what size is the ssd drive?
I'll try that fore sure.

My SSD is on 30GB (C: (windows 7 here) ) 14-13GB left here.

I'll try your suggestion. Which driver is the most common faulty here? I have the Nvidia Control, the driver itself, and.. i'm not sure I have PhysicX. Eitherway, Windows Update does want to have "other Nvidia .. ulities" something like that.

Before I try your stuff out, i'll reinstall Windows 7 Enterprise. That's another story, I can fix myself, and has nothing to do with this. The tutorials to improve performance you guys banged up, looks useful itself.
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24 Apr 2011   #6

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 

Aight, it was a missing driver, the fade is running smooth now.

One more question: Is it normal that you get a kind of "refreshing" black screen when you clicked shutdown? It just happend. Just .. fast black screen like it refreshed, and then it shutted down really quick.

Why?
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25 Apr 2011   #7

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 
FPS lag - really strange

Graphic Card: Nvidia GTX 260

My problem is quite simple, I think:
I'm playing World of Warcraft, and each 10th second, I'm going to have 58fps instead of my 60fps. This isn't a lot, but believe me, you can feel it a lot. I have all the latest drivers. I just installed everything.
  • The Driver itself
  • PhysicX
  • Nvidia Control Panel
  • Nvidia Updater
  • 3D driver thing

Also, I reinstalled Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit 3 times with my World of Warcraft installed on the other hard disk Windows isn't on. So the WoW folder has been through a lot.

I have tried to delete my Cache folders and my WTF folder. At the moment I have V-Sync enabled (if I disable it will lag), and triple buffering on.

My Nvidia Control panel is starting when Windows 7 is booting. Just a detail.
I was thinking that, in my Event Viewer, I had lots of errors. Maybe the errors cause the lag because they're "incomming" like each freaking second.
So main problem again; I jump to 58fps (lots of lag)

Hope I didn't made this too complicated

I use the Windows 7 32-bit Enterprise
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