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Windows 7: System-Wide Audio Stuttering

26 Mar 2020   #21

Windows 7 64bit

Realtek HD drivers seemed to be the problem with my audio. I uninstalled them and stopped automatic re-installing. NVIDIA audio is my default now. Problem solved, so far.
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