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open6l

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Hi,

A few days ago my system started experiencing the EXACT same problem. I'd be watching an xvid movie or an x264 encode and all of a sudden it would randomly skip a few miliseconds forward. I don't recall installing or changing any of the config. My system is a duo2 e4300 running on an ASUS P5L-MX using the onboard soundmax sound through spdif. I've since wiped the machine clean - installed XP and the appropriate codecs (ffdshow, ac3filter, haali and coreavc) and in watching a transport stream today I noticed the problem again.. Reason I am posting is that initially I saw talk of the audigy but in my case I'm using only onboard soundmax audio through spdif and also using the onboard GMA950 intel video. My system has 1gb of 667mhz DDR2 (2x512 sticks). Very bizarre. This system is my main HTPC that I built last month and watched quite alot of HDDVD and xvid movies and tvshows and never had the problem until a few days ago. And like I said - nothing had changed in terms of drivers/hotfixes.
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starjax

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Sorry for the slow repsonse.

Have you tried updating your chipset drivers?
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