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Serious Playback Issues Foobar 09.6.9

Reply #25
What I would do in such a situation is this:
  • Do a fresh install of the FULL windows XP (with reformat) and NO overclocking.
  • Install all the basic drivers.
  • Check to see if the same problem occurs.
If it doesn't you know it's not a hardware issue.

Then I'd do a fresh XP install via NLITE and check to see if the problem occurs.
If the problem does occur then you know that it's related to the NLITE install and it's NOT a hardware issue.
If the problem doesn't occur, then overclock and see if the problem occurs.
Still no problem keep adding software/drivers until it does.

C.
PC = TAK + LossyWAV  ::  Portable = Opus (130)

Serious Playback Issues Foobar 09.6.9

Reply #26
Is your processor scheduling set to favor background services?

Serious Playback Issues Foobar 09.6.9

Reply #27
What I would do in such a situation is this:
  • Do a fresh install of the FULL windows XP (with reformat) and NO overclocking.
  • Install all the basic drivers.
  • Check to see if the same problem occurs.
If it doesn't you know it's not a hardware issue.

Then I'd do a fresh XP install via NLITE and check to see if the problem occurs.
If the problem does occur then you know that it's related to the NLITE install and it's NOT a hardware issue.
If the problem doesn't occur, then overclock and see if the problem occurs.
Still no problem keep adding software/drivers until it does.

C.


I'm not quite ready to throw the towel in yet.  That is a major amount of work - and I'm in the middle of editing a wedding right now.



Is your processor scheduling set to favor background services?


No, programs.

 

Serious Playback Issues Foobar 09.6.9

Reply #28
I agree that a clean normal install of Windows might help determine the true culprit here. However, prior to that, I suggest you restore default (optimized or fail safe) BIOS settings and see if it changes the behavior.

Did you try to move the card to another slot already?

Did you try to restore another driver?

Maybe you can find some small old harddrive to perform the install on, so you don't have to ruin all your data on your current harddrive.
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

 
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