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#1 joebeaven

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 01:59 PM

Hi,

 

I'm using Windows 7 on a custom build with the following parts:

 

PSU - Seasonic 500Watts

Processor - Intel Q8300 Core 2 Quad (2.50GHz/4M/1333/05A/Socket: 775)

Motherboard - ASUS P5N-E SLI

Graphics Card - VTX3D Radeon HD5450 1GB PCIe DVI HDMI 2GB

Hard Drive 1 - 500GB Western Digital Caviar Blue

Hard Drive 2 - 3TB Western Digital

Hard Drive 3 - 2TB Seagate Barracuda

Optical Drive - Sony AD-7240S-0B 24x Internal DVDRWRAM SATA Black Bare

RAM - Kingston 2 x 2GB PC2-5300 DDR 667 240Pin; 2 x 2GB Unbranded

 

When I play an audio or video file with VLC Player or Windows Media Player or stream a video online, the files play slowly, crackle or cut out every few seconds.

 

Please can someone suggest how I can stop this from happening?

 

Thanks,

Joe



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#2 wpgwpg

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 04:00 PM

 Have you checked to be sure you have the right audio drivers?  If you're using anything other that what came from Asus, that could be the problem.  Another thing you could always do would be to buy an inexpensive audio card and disable the integrated audio on the mobo.

 

Good luck.


Everyone with a computer should back his system up to an external hard drive regularly.  :thumbsup:

#3 joebeaven

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Posted 03 June 2014 - 04:32 AM

Thanks, I've ordered an audio card.






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