Stuttering, beeping since upgrading to Windows 10 Creators update


  1. Posts : 64
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #1

    Stuttering, beeping since upgrading to Windows 10 Creators update


    Have been experiencing random stuttering whilst browsing, watching videos, vlc and occasionally playing games. A lot of people reported the issue when testing the build. Anyone else still experiencing the stutters?
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  2. Posts : 8,692
    Mac OS Catalina
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    Have you checked for a new GPU/Display driver. Also helps to know if it is the current machine you have and have you checked with AMD or their forums to see if anyone else is having the same problems. Dump Bitdefender and go with just Windows Defender at this point to see if the problem goes away.
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  3. Posts : 64
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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       #3

    Cheers will look into AMD users. This is what I found on Google: Microsoft fixing Windows 10 'stuttering' bugs in Creators Update • The Register

    Flash video stuttering w Win 10 Build 1703 in a... |Adobe Community

    I will try a fresh (safe-mode) DDU Nvidia driver install. I recently upgraded my card from a GTX 980ti to a 1080ti.
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  4. Posts : 8,692
    Mac OS Catalina
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    Seems like the 1080i has been a issue. Check your power supply voltages.
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  5. Posts : 64
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    bro67 said:
    Seems like the 1080i has been a issue. Check your power supply voltages.
    How do I go about doing that?
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  6. Posts : 8,692
    Mac OS Catalina
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    brouhahaha said:
    How do I go about doing that?
    You can get a tester, if your motherboard does not have the capability of telling you. CPU-Z does give you some info, same as a few other programs. The tester gives you readings before it hits the motherboard, so that you have a baseline to go by.
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  7. Posts : 64
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    bro67 said:
    You can get a tester, if your motherboard does not have the capability of telling you. CPU-Z does give you some info, same as a few other programs. The tester gives you readings before it hits the motherboard, so that you have a baseline to go by.
    It should not be the PSU. I just had the rig RMA'd and they replaced the PSU. I have just done a clean reinstall of the latest Nvidia driver, hopefully, that sorts it.
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