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Random Audio and Video stuttering

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#1 GardeeZak


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Posted 09 July 2018 - 04:17 AM



Some PC Specs

AMD Ryzen 1600 6-core


Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB

Biostar B350 GTN Motherboard


I have been having this problem for over 10 months now. While using my PC, video and audio on any app will randomly stutter, weird static/unnatural sounds will come out of my speakers, and the only solution is to restart the PC. Sometimes this occurs as soon as I log into Windows. I've noticed there is lag too when it happens, with the mouse taking longer to move across the screen and apps taking longer to open. \


I have uninstalled, reinstalled, and updated all my drivers. From the Chipset to the BIOS to the Audio drivers. Everything is on the latest version. I've tried reinstalling Windows to no avail. I've searched and searched for solutions online with nothing be able to help me.


PLEASE help. It's hugely frustrating to be watching a YouTube video, or a movie on VLC and for this to happen.




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#2 mightywiz


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Posted 09 July 2018 - 05:51 PM

sometime just a basic cleaning of temp folders and a defrag will fix video/audio stuttering.


I use Piriform.com 's ccleaner to do a cleaning (don't use the registry cleaner if you don't know what your doing) and then run a defrag.


if you still have the issue then you may want to do some malware scans with adwcleaner and malwarebytes.


last make sure your codec's for the video/audio players are up to date.

#3 eLPuSHeR


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Posted 10 July 2018 - 05:01 AM

Maybe a DPC latency issue. You should check your latency. The issue can be difficult to track down though.

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