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The firewire driver was pretty busy during the 20 seconds that Lat Mon ran so it might be worth disabling it for a while to see if that makes any difference. 

 

The only thing I see in the VEW is:

 

Log: 'System' Date/Time: 03/12/2021 04:37:25
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 2 Source: HidBth
Bluetooth HID device (08:b7:38:13:7f:9c) either went out of range or became unresponsive.

 

 

but that might just be a wireless mouse going to sleep.

 

As far as the case fan goes very few PCs have one these days but if your graphics card generates a lot of heat you might still need it.  If you disconnect it just watch the temps to make sure it doesn't start running hot again.

 

Run ShellExView again and take a screen shot of the disabled extensions.  You might also re-enable them and see if the problem gets worse.


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I don't have a wireless mouse regularly running. But I do have a Bluetooth USB dongle to use my wireless keyboard every day.


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Will post the logs tomorrow.


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How do you want me to disable the FireWire driver in a way that I can re-enable it after the latency test?


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Not really.  You said before you got some red  when you ran Latency Monitor for more than 20 seconds so do that and post the results.


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How can I disable the FireWire driver?

Also, as the Original mouse issue still hasn't returned, what are we trying to measure when disabling in the shellexview items?


Edited by hmp3, Yesterday, 09:44 AM.

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device manager

hit Enter or right click on Computer and select Manage then Device Manager.

 

Locate the Firewire driver which is also known as ohci1384.sys.  Not sure what it is under.  You may have to click on the arrow in front of an entry to open it up/

 

If we have scared away the problem then that's good.  Re-enable all of the ShellExView items, reboot (or just restart Windows Explorer) and see if the problem comes back.


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