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Audio hesitation during playback of audio and video on PC

Windows 7 Ultimate; clean install, 4gig DDR2 (3.12 usable)
1 gig dedicated video RAM
Since Win 7 install I have audio problems that sound like stuttering during playback of music and video on PC from any source. I d/l all codecs; updates, etc. No help. Did a search and can't find solution. Could it be that I d/l Internet Explorer 9 Beta??
Thanks for any help.

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My HP d4999t did that.

I can't find the make and model of your machine but my desktop did that too. And I know what I was doing!

However I learned that the Intel RAID MATRIX STORAGE MANAGER (sorry but the name changes over time so I leave it to you to find the right name) was non-optional or I would get stuttering on playback.


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No number for my machine

I built my own machine, so that's why no number is there. I did't understand what you were saying about RAID..etc or the non-optional..... but it sounds like the same problem. In laymans terms, how did you solve your problem?

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Why I didn't think it was RAID.

I didn't have a RAID setup but without Intel's Matrix Storage Manager, it would underperform in many ways. I leave it to you to research that product.

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