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PSU... Followed by HDD. I had to find out the hard way couple of months back when I was refusing to get a new PSU. My HDD started acting up EXSACTLY like yours then after a couple of restarts... BAM!
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try disabling programs which are running in background like monitoring/overclocking tools......sometimes thses also causelatency issues...for me it was easytune...
then try diabling the non essential h/w devices like gpu network card sound card...etc from device manager and see if the latency gets affected....
Edited by ghost_z - 1/12/11 at 2:18pm
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Originally Posted by Evostance View Post
Ok edit that. Just had a spike ok 330746
Now try this app: http://www.resplendence.com/latencymon

It will tell you what driver(s) is causing the spike. The spikes are usually caused by video drivers, nics, sound cards, or some overclocking/hardware polling app.
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I had this type of issue but for me it was bad ram or ram slots. I never found out for sure because I ended up replacing the entire system, but I had a number of memory errors after running memtest.
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post #25 of 45
The error code is 50, and that seems to be general instability. I'd check another hard drive and power supply like someone above mentioned...
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Originally Posted by Zonet View Post
PSU... Followed by HDD. I had to find out the hard way couple of months back when I was refusing to get a new PSU. My HDD started acting up EXSACTLY like yours then after a couple of restarts... BAM!

It could be my PSU as I swapped it out. However I never had any problems when using the PSU I have in atm in the past on this system


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try disabling programs which are running in background like monitoring/overclocking tools......sometimes thses also causelatency issues...for me it was easytune...
then try diabling the non essential h/w devices like gpu network card sound card...etc from device manager and see if the latency gets affected....
Done, nothing is running. Disabled my GPU and I don't appear to be getting it. I had my suspicions around it being the Nvidia Drivers but after several reinstalls I cant figure it out


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Now try this app: http://www.resplendence.com/latencymon

It will tell you what driver(s) is causing the spike. The spikes are usually caused by video drivers, nics, sound cards, or some overclocking/hardware polling app.
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Responsible driver: ndis.sys (NDIS 6.20 driver, Microsoft Corporation"



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Ok, I just disabled my graphics drivers.

Still did it when they were disabled so its not that..
    
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post #28 of 45
Rather than running tests I would run the system without certain components, run with diff memory stick etc, also disabling graphics driver may not be enough if the mem on the card has gone faulty ... it will still be used to draw the 2d (I think).
Also maybe run the system from a live stick or something if it crashes that would eliminate s/w.
    
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Enable the hard disk SMART option in the bios to have more detailed information.
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Enable the hard disk SMART option in the bios to have more detailed information.
What info will that give me and where could I find it?

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