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Quote 28th Jul 201017:01 #13 desertjedi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJul 2010 Eric, I don't mean to threadjack but you might want to hear what Britec09 438,063 views 8:51 Windows XP sound problem [FIXED-solution here!] - Duration: 2:38. Loading... I'm sorry. :o I forgot that sticky FAQ I read.

Skip navigation Sign inSearch Loading... The hard drive where the stuttering occurs is brand new and benches at 129MB/sec average read speed in HDTach. Curiously, it got fixed when, by chance, I disabled the power management settings in the BIOS.posted by Memo at 10:34 AM on October 10, 2008 These are the things I've done thanks. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-update/the-sounds-stutters-in-windows-xp-for-system/c2fa2d47-efcb-4836-984d-f02fe7f64b50

The malware forum does a good job of this. PDA View Full Version : Video playback stuttering in Windows XP. Thanks. Copper vs Glass 68,502 views 2:11 fixed lag windows xp - Duration: 11:29.

Do you have any mp3 songs or videos on your computer that you can play? It would save everyone some hassle if this forum's "READ THIS FIRST" sticky specified where you want system information posted. It started after installing the drivers from Realtek which are from from 2005 and since then never got updated and sometimes conflict with a few games. Sign in to make your opinion count.

Sign in to add this video to a playlist. STGames 131,303 views 0:33 Obama XP is shutting down! Quote 25th Jul 201000:13 #8 ericgregory View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJul 2010 Locationus okay, understand now a little more about system idle process as being

Evvery now and then my machine would stutter and when I dug into it, I found it was spending an inordinate amount of time in Deferred Procedure Calls (DPCs), which indicated

I've tested the same video on 3 different machines and the video is perfect on all the others except this one PC. the file from MEdiaInfo is appended. Back to top #14 peerajmeri peerajmeri Topic Starter Members 12 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:19 PM Posted 28 January 2014 - 06:27 PM I did what you said about switching between Unfortuntely, its a little long for a tattoo...

The electronic components of the power part adopted a lot of Rubycons. https://www.windowsbbs.com/threads/winxp-audio-stuttering-cpu-spiking.100380/ rabiddog: I just started selling solar, which can take between 3-12 months from initial customer contact to completion of sale (and getting paid). the only thing that doesn't seem affected is sound - music does not stutter with the rest of the system. Oct 25, 2010 #7 B00kWyrm TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,436 +37 Re: GPU temp - It is said that if you reach 90 C or highter to start worrying.

BTW, 'AVI' is just a container name, it can contain a dozen or more different codecs, video and audio. Oct 25, 2010 #20 LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 3,481 +44 If you decide to upgrade your case there are many options in the 40-50 dollar range that arent bad IF IF IF IF... - Duration: 0:16. So I disconnected my internet to make sure there were no net-related buggaboos sucking resources (and that Norton was not sucking resources) and ran the videos and the videos still stuttered

This is any type of mpeg playback. when I try to play video in any player, it skips and stutters, more so when other system resources are being used. I do not believe you will be happy with trying to downclock the graphics card. How much for a bumper sticker?

Loading... posted by skylar to Computers & Internet (11 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite Previously I had this issue. The other (obvious?) thing to verify is: in the Device Manager make certain your hard disks are operating at full speed (UDMA-whatever).

We tried everything, from reformatting to system cleaning.

Be aware that as the temp threshold is approached, the danger of gpu failure increases rapidly. Still shoots up to 100C when I start to make it work though... I really don't know what to do. That is why I even posted on this board, because I feel like the problem must have to do with codec issues, as I have downloaded/messed with my codecs recently.

No this computer was a refurbished office machine from the internet that came with a built-in old PCI card that wouldn't run a thing in the modern world, I bought my Or you could opt to install the VLC player. My guess is that your filters are hosed-up somehow. I called Maxtor and they want me to send it back, but then I'd have to wait 2-4 weeks for a new drive.

dwrbudr12th May 2006, 12:[email protected]: Did you try to play the movies from CD/DVD or from another HDD?