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  1. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 64
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    20H2 patch has screwed up my audio and video every 2 seconds catches


    Now my pc when I run youtube or any game sounds like Max Hedroom.

    I'll take any advice. Already run a memory check, no problem. Even disabled my on board sound card and it did nothing to help.

    I'm completely out of ideas and I can't revert back.

    i7700k/Asus STRX/32GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance Ram

    There are no drivers to update since 2018 or bios


    Attachment 326460

    I ran this and every 2 seconds those two categories max out.

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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    Hi, try LatencyMon (free) - let it scan for a while.. it will tell you if you have driver- related latency.

    This happens with some PCs when upgraded, assuming you mean you upgraded to 20H2.

    You have up to 10 days by default to roll back, extendable to 60 (see tutorial).
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  3. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    dalchina said:
    Hi, try LatencyMon (free) - let it scan for a while.. it will tell you if you have driver- related latency.

    This happens with some PCs when upgraded, assuming you mean you upgraded to 20H2.

    You have up to 10 days by default to roll back, extendable to 60 (see tutorial).

    Hi. Yeah I already had that and did run it as you suggested and it does show massive latency but when I disabled my on board audio it still showed the same latency. Is there something else I should have disabled?

    And forgive me for asking but where is the tutorial to go beyond 10 days?
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,908
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    Bear in mind there is no easy way to resolve latency issues.. you can use e.g. the somewhat technically remanding Windows Perfmoance Analyser/Recorder (Free from MS) - and then having identiied the driver, you need one of the appropriate version that works- e.g. from your previous build. It's been done, but...

    Set Number of Days can Go Back to Previous Version of Windows
    found on the first page by this search- note how I did it:
    20H2 patch has screwed up my audio and video every 2 seconds catches-1.png

    Otherwise you can go to the Tutorial section and either use the categories or the linear list- but that method is often more effective.

    Plus note if you find one tutorial on the topic, others are listed below the main text.
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  5. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 64
    Thread Starter
       #5

    dalchina said:
    Bear in mind there is no easy way to resolve latency issues.. you can use e.g. the somewhat technically remanding Windows Perfmoance Analyser/Recorder (Free from MS) - and then having identiied the driver, you need one of the appropriate version that works- e.g. from your previous build. It's been done, but...

    Set Number of Days can Go Back to Previous Version of Windows
    found on the first page by this search- note how I did it:
    20H2 patch has screwed up my audio and video every 2 seconds catches-1.png

    Otherwise you can go to the Tutorial section and either use the categories or the linear list- but that method is often more effective.

    Plus note if you find one tutorial on the topic, others are listed below the main text.
    Thank you very much. I went through the tutorials but unfortunately its reporting the old windows version was deleted so I'm out of luck.

    But thank you again.
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  6. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,908
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    Sorry to hear that.. no Windows.old..?

    Have you been using disk imaging regularly as is so often recommended here? If so, you can restore a disk image created before you upgraded.. although that would also revert personal data on C: to that previous date.

    Beyond that, you can inspect the LatencyMon report, and try eliminating things you don't need when this problem occurs to see if you can identify the driver.. - but that's very crude and uncertain.
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  7. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 64
    Thread Starter
       #7

    dalchina said:
    Sorry to hear that.. no Windows.old..?

    Have you been using disk imaging regularly as is so often recommended here? If so, you can restore a disk image created before you upgraded.. although that would also revert personal data on C: to that previous date.

    Beyond that, you can inspect the LatencyMon report, and try eliminating things you don't need when this problem occurs to see if you can identify the driver.. - but that's very crude and uncertain.
    unfortunately no. I will try what you suggested. Thank you again for your help.
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  8. Try3's Avatar
    Posts : 7,424
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 20H2 Build 19042.868
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    texmaster said:
    Now my pc when I run youtube or any game sounds like Max Hedroom.
    Even disabled my on board sound card and it did nothing to help.
    There are no drivers to update since 2018 or bios
    1 I suggest that you go to your sound card maker [an integrated sound card or a sound card that was already fitted in the computer when you bought it means that your computer maker is your sound card maker whatever brand names are used].
    - Download another copy of the sound card driver.
    - Install it even though it's the same version as the one you have now. The installation process might well tell you to uninstall the old one yourself first.

    2 If Device manager, Sound … controllers also has an entry with your display card maker's name then repeat all this for your display card driver. Mine, just for example, has an entry Intel display audio as well as the expected one for Realtek audio.

    I have to do this sometimes [if my power lead has been half-in, half-out for a while & I run WMP].

    There is an audio troubleshooter but it has only ever spend half an hour messing about before telling me to do what I've suggested above.

    Best of luck,
    Denis
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  9. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 64
    Thread Starter
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    Try3 said:
    1 I suggest that you go to your sound card maker [an integrated sound card or a sound card that was already fitted in the computer when you bought it means that your computer maker is your sound card maker whatever brand names are used].
    - Download another copy of the sound card driver.
    - Install it even though it's the same version as the one you have now. The installation process might well tell you to uninstall the old one yourself first.

    2 If Device manager, Sound … controllers also has an entry with your display card maker's name then repeat all this for your display card driver. Mine, just for example, has an entry Intel display audio as well as the expected one for Realtek audio.

    I have to do this sometimes [if my power lead has been half-in, half-out for a while & I run WMP].

    There is an audio troubleshooter but it has only ever spend half an hour messing about before telling me to do what I've suggested above.

    Best of luck,
    Denis
    I did try that as you suggested but it didn't improve but I really apprecaite your input.

    I'm probably going to use this as an excuse to upgrade.

    It couldn't possibly be the video card could it? an old 1080?
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  10. Try3's Avatar
    Posts : 7,424
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 20H2 Build 19042.868
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    I do not about different types of display card. dalchina would be a much better guide for you than I could be.

    But I would have thought that reinstalling the drivers would have thrown up an error if the hardware was flawed.

    Best of luck,
    Denis
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