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[FIXED]Sound glitch

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Ok I

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Yeah, I don't think that sound card will go into a PCI-E x16 slot. Does it happen on all media that you play? What's your memory usage like and CPU usage when you're playing media?

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Sounds like your CPU is simply underpowered for the number of apps you run at once.

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New development: it seems closing uTorrent stops it from happening or at least i think it stops it from happening as much.

Nope false alarm.

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^ So, you were running too many apps. ;)

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That soundcard will fit in a x16 slot.

With PCI-Express as long as it fits in the socket, it will work... most boards have second or third sockets that are electrically keyed to X8 yet presented as a X16..

A X1/4/8 will fit in an X16 slot.

Have you tried updating your sound drivers?

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^ Yeah as i said in the OP all drivers are up to date so it will fit in the longer X16 slot and work?

^ So, you were running too many apps. ;)

and again you're calling https://dl.dropbox.c...thistoomany.PNG too many?

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Yes it will

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Sweet will try that since it worked last time.

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just wanting to know would bad memory cause a BSOD 100% of the time?

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Well a little update Getting a new sound card/chip did not fix this issue I'm starting to think it's software based.

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I have the same problem, and I know what you mean. Mine just started around a week ago.

And with me too, it is not a processor overload problem either. My Ultrabook is quite powerful and fast, and no matter what I throw at it, my ram usually never goes over 50% used, and the processor is hardly using much power either, unless re-encoding a bunch of video files at once, with many many programs running, it gets up there a tad and the fan gets louder.

Anyways, it does happen while using different media programs whether they come off the ssd, external drive, or the internet.

Doesn't do it steasy, just the odd click and pop here and there.

I have no idea why it's doing it. Nor have I really tried to figure it out, I just know it's definitely not due to lack of power.

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I have the same problem, and I know what you mean. Mine just started around a week ago.

And with me too, it is not a processor overload problem either. My Ultrabook is quite powerful and fast, and no matter what I throw at it, my ram usually never goes over 50% used, and the processor is hardly using much power either, unless re-encoding a bunch of video files at once, with many many programs running, it gets up there a tad and the fan gets louder.

Anyways, it does happen while using different media programs whether they come off the ssd, external drive, or the internet.

Doesn't do it steasy, just the odd click and pop here and there.

I have no idea why it's doing it. Nor have I really tried to figure it out, I just know it's definitely not due to lack of power.

Thinking back to this issue i had which seems to have been fixed could this be the result of another bad windows update?

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@LUTZIFER does it happen more in flash videos/audio with you?

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fIXED!

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