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Windows 7: System-Wide Audio Stuttering

04 Apr 2013   #11
SabWhipp

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Nilank, your English is just fine, if it wasn't for your signature I wouldn't know that English wasn't your first language.

Now about the 20-50 thing, when I wrote that I meant that 20-50% is the normal range for CPU usage on my machine. For example, right now with Chrome, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Peerblock, and all that jazz going my CPU is between 16% and 45% at the high end.


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04 Apr 2013   #12
nilank

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SabWhipp View Post
Nilank, your English is just fine, if it wasn't for your signature I wouldn't know that English wasn't your first language.
Well, that was good to know, I can't believe, lol

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SabWhipp View Post
Now about the 20-50 thing, when I wrote that I meant that 20-50% is the normal range for CPU usage on my machine. For example, right now with Chrome, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Peerblock, and all that jazz going my CPU is between 16% and 45% at the high end.
Fine, got it. Did you try doing what I suggested in the previous post?
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05 Apr 2013   #13
SabWhipp

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

The Disable All Enhancements bit? Yep, did that, still there! Hopefully we're getting somewhere though!
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05 Apr 2013   #14
nilank

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SabWhipp View Post
The Disable All Enhancements bit? Yep, did that, still there! Hopefully we're getting somewhere though!
Sorry to see that didn't help. I'm at my wit's end.
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05 Apr 2013   #15
ageman

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

press start key, type "msconfig" hit enter, go to "services", select hide all microsoft services, untill only 3rd party apps and add ons show, then click disable all hit enter, "restart" your computer, twice if you have to, then run your audio program and see if it still stutters. if it doesnt, then your problem is in your add ons and 3rd party apps, your welcome!11
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05 Apr 2013   #16
SabWhipp

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Looked around my non-Microsoft and all checked out as legitimate services...This is the major confusion point: The audio drivers haven't changed, and I haven't installed/removed any software recently that could have caused the stuttering. My computer just up and decided to have a stuttering problem.
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05 Apr 2013   #17
ageman

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

follow the steps i provivded
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09 Apr 2013   #18
SabWhipp

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Didn't work.

So, VLC is in it's vanilla form, Google Chrome only uses Adblock and Flashblock. IE is vanilla. PC itself only uses Rainmeter. All of the stuff I mentioned was installed long ago. I'm starting to wonder if it's something wrong with the sound card itself (from the laptop getting dropped maybe) and its just starting to manifest now.

So...Anyone else got anything?
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12 Nov 2013   #19
Sayar

windows 7 home premium64 bit
 
 
Audio Suttering

Hi I had this problem after installing a Sound recorder program. Removing didn't solve the problem. System restore did. I undid the system restore and the stutter game back.
I then looked across various forums to no avail. I then looked at the program more closely. It set the sound output to digital (why?).
I then opened Control Panel and opened up Realtek HD AudioManager.
I turned off the speaker under the tab Digital Output ( just click on the speaker it toggles on or off). This fixed the stuttering and popping. I went back in and also turned off Digital Output (Optical) just in case, as I don't use it.
Hope this helps

Sayar
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