The audio is experiencing stuttering sounds on a 5 – 20 minute basis, with worse stuttering during games. I’m having a problem with my brand new motherboard and its audio. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. The system may run with the small supply, but you are working it very hard. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I think you are using a single Sata drive so maybe the problem exists with the controller. Thanx for your time and I hope this helps anyone else who finds themselves in my situation.
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Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! My Acer Nitro 5 is dead One theory is that the circuit is interrupted and causes stuttering if it’s running through all areas of the audio panel.
I was playing with different drivers for my audio when it occured to me that the focxonn was quite often lagging everything else at the same time. If you’re ca97 for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: I checked it out with Tiger One a utility on my mobo disk and sure enough, red alarm bells started going off in the program and it duly informed me that my CPU fan was indeed not spinning!
If anyone else has had this problem or knows of an answer to it, please help, any suggestion would be welcome!?!
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Physically my motherboard looks picture-perfect and the audio areas of the board look to be in perfect condition. I’ve tried hardware acceleration changes for audio and I’m using the most current Direct X version. Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks. Also I had times where the audio seemed perfect for hours and hunting in forums had given me a few suggestions, such as heat and cooling systems, which made me start thinking about my CPU again The newest drivers have improved it but only slightly.
By the way I found Non-beta 64 bit drivers for it, but they may just be the 64 bit beta drivers in disguise, I haven’t checked yet. I re-booted my machine a couple of times, wondering how to get the zudio going without stopping, but after two attempts, I realised something was amiss with the fan settings somewhere on my pc! Login or aucio an account to post a review. I started hunting around AMD forums again about CPU fans and I had seen people mention the cooling system and psu being factors in some audio problems.
Thanx for your time and I hope this helps anyone else who finds themselves in my situation. A few people aurio advising others to turn off their cooling systems and I was baffled, not sure exactly what my cooling system was or where to turn it off in the BIOS, lol. I think you are using a single Sata drive so maybe the problem exists with the controller.
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I see your motherboard has nForce chipsets so maybe there is a Foxconn Sata controller driver issue there. Once reported, our staff will be notified and the aac97 will be reviewed.
I have no other add-ons to my system that are causing conflicts with any of my hardware. You are logged in as. Reset Post Submit Post.
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Hey, thanx a lot for your replies and suggestions. The aydio used to occurr when the pc was started and when Windows was turned of. The audio is experiencing stuttering sounds on a 5 – 20 minute basis, with worse stuttering during games. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
I installed the latest drivers for the AC’97 as the ones that came on my foxconm disk sounded even worse with the stuttering. First off, watts is a bit small of a power supply for all the hardware you have. I don’t think the problem is specifically the Sound Blaster Live!
I found the studdering disappears if I roll back sata driver in Windows XP Professional but clever Windows reinstalls the later driver. Also no better result.