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Knightmare

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After buying my AOC 2050W monitor, I noticed that I have been having video and audio problems. Both of which happen whenever I am playing a game or watching a movie on Netflix. I REALLY notice the issue whenever I'm playing the Sims 3. The sound stutters very badly and the video does the same thing. I have NVIDIA audio and video drivers and also VIA audio driver. I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and as I mentioned in a previous thread, I used the image from my laptop and did a universal install on my desktop. It doesn't seem like my sound drivers are interfering with one another, since I was experiencing this without the VIA driver. I have a MSI G41M-P26 (MS-7592) motherboard. I tried to disable the hardware acceleration but the option was greyed out in my resolution settings.

Has anyone else ever experienced this issue? Is there a fix that will cost me little to no money?

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Your using the chipset integrated audio and nvidia drivers audio to. My question which sound card do you use for sound. The motherboard gots a intel chipset do you use a nvidia sound card or your only have nvidia sound drivers installed if you only have the sound drivers installed you dont need them if your only using nvidia for video. That motherboard gots a integrated via audio sound card using nnvidia sound drivers doesnt add special sound effects to via audio and is going to conflict whether its driver wise or IRQ (Interupt Request Line). if you have IRQ's sharing you might experience future crashes and it can be causing your problem I think irq conflicts cause crashes BSOD's mostly. Go to start menu all programs accessories system tools system information look to the left pane look for hardware resources if you see it double click it then look for conflicts/sharing if you see that double click that no irqs must be sharing..

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Run nvidia driver setup make sure all drivers related to sound are unchecked. You didnt answer my question what sound card do you use for sound..

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I think it's integrated into my motherboard.

@knightmare with the symptoms you are suffering I would first try the following:-

Download the new Nvidia drivers that have recently been front paged.

Unpack & select custom install, tick the box that will delete all previous drivers / settings & install defaults.

Connect through decent gold plated HDMI cable.. easy to acquire and inexpensive.

In Nvidia control panel select NVIDIA HDA for sound.

In Device Manager Properties select show hidden devices & make sure that there are no old Video / Audio / Chipset etc.drivers still hanging around from the laptop.

Hope this assists....

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If your using integrated sound then using NVIDIA HDA for sound is pointless unless its a nvidia chipset which it clearly isnt integrated sound is the via onboard sound card which doesnt have anything to do with nvidia. Mike is right make sure clean installation is selected during nvidia install..

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If your using integrated sound then using NVIDIA HDA for sound is pointless unless its a nvidia chipset which it clearly isnt integrated sound is the via onboard sound card which doesnt have anything to do with nvidia. Mike is right make sure clean installation is selected during nvidia install..

I was under the impression that although this board has an integrated Intel graphics adapter + VIA sound, There was a GeForce PCIe also in the equation. If that is the case it should have an HDMI connection along with one on the AOC2050SW. If not HDMI is not an option.. :(

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It could also be Process Lasso limiting my NVIDIA processes. Would it be safe to add "nv*.exe" to my exclusions?

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@Knightmare just disable PL from auto start & give it a shot....

As many times when it comes to troubleshooting the more third party tweaking apps that a user has running, the harder it can be to pinpoint the error mate. :)

I would reset everything to system defaults & start the process of elimination from there.. far better than wasting time going round in circles.. <_<

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I recommend you use process explorer tcpview and autoruns from sysinternals. You can use process explorer to see whats running when it goes to processes you can see what drivers are running and look at process under processes very helpful. You can use autoruns to remove hidden auto starts that msconfig doesnt show and tcpview to see if you have connections established that are not supposed to be. Ill tell you what If you have kernel memory dumps selected and you get another blue screen send me the crash dump located in C:\windows\memory.dmp or you can do a windows search for *.dmp files make sure desktop gots focas and FThree or go to windows explorer windows key and e and type in search at the top right hand corner *.dmp and press enter. Any memory dumps you have send them to my email Ill private message you my email address..

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Thanks for the help! My problem with my game seems to be corrupted files, so I reinstalled and everything works fine. I have only tried watching videos online, not on my computer, so it could just be my internet connection with that issue. I'll have to do some further testing and see what happens. My friend said that he has a graphics card for sale that is a generation newer than mine, so I'm also going to look into buying it.

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