Already have an account? I’m not sure if this helps or not, but I did notice Windows ran smoother in safe mode, no significant lag. I guess my only option now is to reformat and start over Your name or email address: Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. For your sound problem maybe the latest Realtek drivers can help, they came out just three days ago. What can I do now?
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Occasionally during start-up I receive the following error: I guess auudio only option now is to reformat and start over Your name or email address: My computer is lagging harder and the sound is getting worse all the time.
If I’m leaving anything else out, just ask For your sound problem maybe the latest Realtek drivers can help, they came out just three days ago. Hey all, so I recently custom-built a computer with different hardware components, and now I believe I am having driver problems.
I guess I have no other option however. Yes, my password is: If there’s no data that you care about on the drive, then reinstalling Windows at this point might be the quickest k8nf4g-bsta to fixing your issues. TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds.
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Join the community here. However, I’m afraid that when I do, I’ll still eventually end up with the same problem again Unfortunately I tried that driver and it hasn’t made any difference. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. You must log in or sign up to reply here. As for the funky slowdowns and so on, out of curiosity, see how your system runs in Safe Mode tap F8 repeatedly after powering on your system and you’ll eventually get a menu.
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Try replacing the CMOS battery on your motherboard and see if the checksum error disappears just pull one out of another machine for testing if necessary. Here is the link: Thanks for your help all.
My main concern with formatting my HD and reinstalling Windows XP is that I’m assuming eventually this same problem will arise again, considering I would again be installing m8nf4g-vsta drivers from the manufacturer’s website Well you do have an option, it’s just a potentially long and bumpy ride.
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Realtek High Definition Audio. Is there anything I’m doing wrong? That was the whole point of suggesting you hop into Safe Mode: