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Windows 7: Win7 64bit SP1 sound lag freeze?

14 Aug 2014   #11
jjr

Win 7 64bit
 
 

Ok so the new memory arrived and I popped it in . The pc is much smoother and I only encountered the buzz/lag for micro sec so I think I'm on the right track!

Also what I have just realized is that the new 1tb HD I just installed is a WD av-gp wd10eurx Green Drive green drive that me really made for storage (photos, pix' and music etc) I guess it spins a different speeds to save on electricity.....

So that may be the last piece of the puzzle. So who could recommend a good hard drive for my PC. it looks like all of a sudden the market is flooded w/ HD's made by various manufactures that are designed just for back up and not being used as a master drive...

It gets confusing with the NAS, Red, Blue etc logos on these. I can not afford a SSD or I do not think that benefits of a hybrid drive due to the cost.

I'm just looking for a 1tb hard drive that can be used for a master HD application that has a 64mb cache and spins at 7200 rpm....................


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10 Apr 2015   #12
jjr

Win 7 64bit
 
 

Ok after months and months this issue still goes on, I have 1 Dell Isperion laptop, a Alienware Aurora and Dell Studio 540. All run Windows 7 64bit Home , all have the latest drivers and even the Alienware had a new WIn 7 64bit home installed by Microsoft.

This issue still continues with no fix, if your playing music and browsing on Ebay, Craigs or even doing your email the music lags, buzzes and then catches back up. My Alienware has tons of ram, processors so that is not the issue.

Can anyone answer why or what is causing this freaking problem its driving me nutzzzzzzzzzzz..

Also I do have Zone Alarm paid version and have tried that w it disabled and same thing.
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