Realtek, Windows 7 64RTM Crackle/static/popping

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  1. Posts : 2
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       #441

    Well, do as you please. I had this problem for about a 3 weeks, when i disconnected the grounding branchet, outlet my problems disappered. Now it works flawless.
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  2. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #442

    Ap: I've taken your advices from your ten tips list and the problem persists, I'm still having latency spikes. Also, I took a look at the possible issues I could have by installing Windows 7 before I did so, and one of the first things I did once I installed it, was playing an mp3 file and I indeed experienced the static sound issue. Therefore, I believe this has something to do with the way Windows 7 is being installed and somehow the way Realtek drivers work with this OS, since I have never had this problem with Windows XP. I seriously don't know what else to do to identify what's causing this latency.

    zz: I'm not sure how to do that...

    SuperN0owbie: I am sorry for my ignorance about that subject, but what is the grounding branchet?

    EDIT: I just installed the Realtek R222 driver and guess what? I can even use the studio quality option, there's no static noise at all, even though my performance checker still shows latency spikes. Though I wonder if the static sound will come back.
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  3. Posts : 908
    Windows 7 Home Premium
       #443

    coldpumpkin said:
    EDIT: I just installed the Realtek R222 driver and guess what? I can even use the studio quality option, there's no static noise at all, even though my performance checker still shows latency spikes. Though I wonder if the static sound will come back.
    CP,

    Yep, sometimes it's an older driver that works best.

    btw, If none of those tips helped you might want to reactive the services as some of them are part of the protection system

    Ap
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  4. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #444

    Aphelion said:
    btw, If none of those tips helped you might want to reactive the services as some of them are part of the protection system
    Yea I've done that. Thanks for the support Ap.
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  5. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 x64
       #445

    ok...the thing that causes that crackle delay is the interference between components...so just go to Bios and enable Spread Spectrum...
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  6. Posts : 50
    Windows 7: Ultimate (64 Bit)
       #446

    I don't get any static at all. Using the same ALC888. But I do get static when I run T-racks 3 (Mastering software) when I play something you can hear abit of crack and pop. How do I fix this? It doesn't allow me to pick ALC888 as my ASIO though.

    Realtek should sort something out. It's been far too long!
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  7. Posts : 908
    Windows 7 Home Premium
       #447

    Armpits said:
    I don't get any static at all. Using the same ALC888. But I do get static when I run T-racks 3 (Mastering software) when I play something you can hear abit of crack and pop. How do I fix this? It doesn't allow me to pick ALC888 as my ASIO though.

    Realtek should sort something out. It's been far too long!
    Thing is, Realtek hardware/software works perfectly well in some systems.
    I think it's probably a combination of Win-7 and 3rd party drivers.

    You can always try... ASIO4ALL, it adds an ASIO interface to the Realtek software. If you install it, try setting the ASIO buffers to 1024.

    Use the install configuration that installs the Desktop user control panel.
    Download the beta from December.

    ASIO4ALL - Universal ASIO Driver

    Ap
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  8. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Ultimate x86
       #448

    popping/cracking driving me mad


    gone through the whole thread, and I also think its ET6 thats causing the problem as it refrehes every few seconds or so. So after another said get rid of ET6 I thought for a while???? I sure that you can turn the refresh off in ET6, I found you can, and that (up to now) has solved the popping sound.
    In ET6: click the HW monitor tab: then click the scan time right down to OFF.
    Fingers crossed eh????
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  9. Posts : 13
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Vista Ultimate x64
       #449

    Gone


    Taken a few updates from M$ over the last few weeks and suddendly, it is all clear! Nothing else has been updated. I am baffled as none of the updates referred to sound.

    BTW - W7 Ultimate x64 version with the Realtek 6.0.1.6083 drivers.
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  10. Posts : 20
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #450

    Same here Roberdon Have been listening to a lot of music lately and it's just not crackling
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