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Unfortunately, that appears to be a common problem (dating back at least to Vista, if not before); clearly, the folks writing wireless drivers (there really are only a handful of different WiFi client chip suppliers) have dropped the ball -- 64bit support also was very slow to appear. FWIW, excessive DPCs will show up in Process Explorer as well (there's a separate entry for them under the System process).moriz wrote:using that application, i've isolated that the problem is being caused by my wireless adapter. disabling it will eliminate virtually all latency spikes. i'm now in the process of finding better drivers for it... hopefully this will solve the stuttering audio problem.
flamingworm wrote:I think I found something, the red bars are gone and the average latency is much lower. And I haven't heard audio cracking since (1 hour allready)
I uninstalled Nvidia's latest drivers, and installed 179.48 (for notebooks, windows 7 64bit, i have 9600M GS), along with the HD audio driver (asked in the install). If you have Nvidia graca and running W7 64bit, like me, try that and then report
moriz wrote:i've found that if i disable my wireless device, the stuttering disappears. however, there's no way to make the red bars go away without disabling wireless, and that's very bad for obvious reasons. no amount of driver updates/downgrades will make the bars go away.
UberGerbil wrote:FWIW, excessive DPCs will show up in Process Explorer as well (there's a separate entry for them under the System process).
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