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Reply Jeff / May 26, 2016 Right on the money! The other twist is it seems to happen with Chrome also, and I have even noticed some issues while playing Pandora via its app and browsing the web in FF, CHrome, it can happen a lot, since all modern browsers use hardware acceleration these days to render the increasingly unoptimized, flash-ridden web 2.0 pages at acceptable speeds. Reply to Windows7Novice mizmozJul 25, 2014, 5:47 AM Windows7Novice said: I have been following this thread because I was having the same problem with stuttering audio since moving to Windows 7

Login now. I tried changing the audio to Stereo and disabling enhancements, but to no avail. Happy New Year! There is also no option in the NVIDIA Control Panel to change its audio settings, so I guess I'll try just uninstalling the drivers and seeing if that helps at all.edit:

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Excellent information} ! | Kudos . Get the answer ssddx February 22, 2014 8:32:48 PM how about in your soundcard/onboard sound drivers/software. In the new window, do you see 1 or 2 items? THIS WAS THE ONLY THING THAT DID IT.

please help, any thing i can do to stop the noise. I'm currently running Windows 7 with 6gb of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce 330M graphics card. Therefore that's why this article is amazing. Realtek Audio Driver Windows 7 I'm very grateful.

thanks a lot.. Audio Stuttering Windows 10 This really helped me get such a frustrating problem fixed! my audio is now flawless again! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1707587/sound-messed.html Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Best picks Reviews News Tutorials Forum MORE All articles How to Gift Ideas Downloads Tom's Hardware Tom's IT

It is going to be very difficult for a non-technical user to successfully compile, configure, and use PulseAudio, but it is very well-designed and flexible. Latencymon Now you should have 'Speakers' line showing, so right-click on it, and choose 'properties'. This overwrote my Realtek drivers and renamed my audio device as an Nvidia HD Audio device. This was my big breakthrough.

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i messed with some settings and now music won't come out of my laptop speakers, just headphones. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Audio Crackling Windows 10 I also tested it by playing a YouTube song while toggling the ‘Enable malicious website blocking’ button on and off a few times. Dpc Latency Checker Ask !

Any suggestions? When I do something like clicking it goes to 1000. It basically searches for any corrupt files/bad sectors and tries to fix them. Reply Kim Bickedike / April 16, 2014 Thanks. Sound Keeps Cutting Out Windows 10

Be warned, you are lowering the security of your PC by doing this – feel free to advise strongly against it in the comments below. Thanks so much, man. I'd normally have done the latter any way by now, in the course of my normal work. Not sure what causes this, but when I restart my computer I can ping my router with 1ms times.

Reply Www.Boldtrack.Es / July 14, 2014 That's not me selected the location you're having your information and facts, nonetheless excellent subject. Nvidia High Definition Audio The moment I implemented your fix everything went back to normal. I removed my Dell XPS 15Z Realtek and NVIDIA HD audio drivers, now no more stuttering.

well lets just say in case of a nuclear zombie war..

and here is my pc specs.Motherboard CPU Type QuadCore AMD A8-5600K, 3900 MHz (39 x 100)Motherboard Name MSI FM2-A75MA-P33 (MS-7721) (1 PCI, 1 PCI-E x1, 1 PCI-E x16, 2 DDR3 DIMM, I can't remember exactly what it was that I read (and don't really have time to find it again) but some forum post I read made some mention of certain systems i have 2 headphone jacks and one mic in jack. Realtek Hd Audio Driver Windows 10 Thanks for the link-backs!

Will give the others a go. To check whether they’re available, do a system search for windows update, and select Check for updates. I hope this helps others avoid the more drastic suggestions out there online. I have no sound and don't know what to do to get it.

None would paly back any sound. It's HORRIBLE.