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Old September 12th 03, 05:49 PM
Cher
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Default Can Anyone Help w/AV problem??

This has been going on too long.

Randomly, when playing a video or audio file the audio stops and the
video plays stop/start. To get it back, I need to reboot the system.

This is an ABIT MB w/KT133A chip (KT&A-RAID MB).
I thought I had this fixed for a while per the BIOS upgrades etc.
Something changed - It's back!!!

Tried:
playing with different programs;
setting BIOS to daults;
removing RAM;
rearranging RAM;
removing each bd other than video - visually I can tell if the problem
still exists;
eliminated RAID and ran from IDE connected drive;
replaced "puffy" capacitors.

I am running:
ABIT KT7A-RAID latest BIOS
HPT 2.32 driver
Athlon Tbred 2100+ @ 2266 mhz
133Mhz bus
core 1.825v BIOS - 1.87v real
nVidia GeForce 3 T200 latest driver
RAM = 1x256M Crucial PC133, 2x128M Hyundai PC133
MBM temps = case = 29C core=44C or about 15C above ambient
Case open
XP

WHAT ELSE CAN I TRY????????????

thanks

cher

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Old September 12th 03, 06:18 PM
ho alexandre
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Cher wrote:
Randomly, when playing a video or audio file the audio stops and the
video plays stop/start. To get it back, I need to reboot the system.


overlay pb ?
IRQ sharing ?
overclocking too aggressive ?
did you check your ram (memtest86) ?
Are you sure your video file is not corrupted ?

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Old September 12th 03, 08:21 PM
B
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If the audio stops first then make sure your audio drivers are the most
current and failing that then try and reduce the audio sound hardware
acceleration one notch or two.

regards

B
"Cher" wrote in message
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This has been going on too long.

Randomly, when playing a video or audio file the audio stops and the
video plays stop/start. To get it back, I need to reboot the system.

This is an ABIT MB w/KT133A chip (KT&A-RAID MB).
I thought I had this fixed for a while per the BIOS upgrades etc.
Something changed - It's back!!!

Tried:
playing with different programs;
setting BIOS to daults;
removing RAM;
rearranging RAM;
removing each bd other than video - visually I can tell if the problem
still exists;
eliminated RAID and ran from IDE connected drive;
replaced "puffy" capacitors.

I am running:
ABIT KT7A-RAID latest BIOS
HPT 2.32 driver
Athlon Tbred 2100+ @ 2266 mhz
133Mhz bus
core 1.825v BIOS - 1.87v real
nVidia GeForce 3 T200 latest driver
RAM = 1x256M Crucial PC133, 2x128M Hyundai PC133
MBM temps = case = 29C core=44C or about 15C above ambient
Case open
XP

WHAT ELSE CAN I TRY????????????

thanks

cher



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Old September 12th 03, 11:58 PM
Shep
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On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 16:49:49 GMT, In this world we created Cher
wrote :

This has been going on too long.

Randomly, when playing a video or audio file the audio stops and the
video plays stop/start. To get it back, I need to reboot the system.

This is an ABIT MB w/KT133A chip (KT&A-RAID MB).
I thought I had this fixed for a while per the BIOS upgrades etc.
Something changed - It's back!!!

Tried:
playing with different programs;
setting BIOS to daults;
removing RAM;
rearranging RAM;
removing each bd other than video - visually I can tell if the problem
still exists;
eliminated RAID and ran from IDE connected drive;
replaced "puffy" capacitors.

I am running:
ABIT KT7A-RAID latest BIOS
HPT 2.32 driver
Athlon Tbred 2100+ @ 2266 mhz
133Mhz bus
core 1.825v BIOS - 1.87v real
nVidia GeForce 3 T200 latest driver
RAM = 1x256M Crucial PC133, 2x128M Hyundai PC133
MBM temps = case = 29C core=44C or about 15C above ambient
Case open
XP

WHAT ELSE CAN I TRY????????????

thanks

cher


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Then start fixing XP(Lots to do ),
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