Re: speakers crackling static'y, gets worse over time until inevitable BSOD crash
"Destin_FL" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello all,
> Another one of the countless problems with Vista I am hoping someone might
> have an answer for.
> Velocity Micro, 256 MB video card, 4 GB RAM, dual-core 2.66, Vista
> Integrated sound. When the computer starts, everything works perfectly
> well... well, Vista being essentially a joke,
> but when it isn't crashed BSOD, it works fine. I start Adobe Creative
> Suite products, typically Photoshop CS2, InDesign CS2,
> and also Dreamweaver and Fireworks. All of the exact same stuff I had on
> a much less powerful XP Pro machine without so much as a
> hiccup in 5 years.
> Within about 20 minutes of work, the system gets more and more and more
> unstable as time goes along, and Winamp gets more and more
> crack'ly and cack'ly as the minutes pass. Just listening to Shoutcast
> radio stations.
> I have run RAM tests, all come up clean.... I am a very savvy computer
> user; it is my livelihood. So constantly cleaned of spyware, adware,
> defragged, etc. etc.
> all the usual stuff to check. I keep on top of the most recent drivers,
> etc. also.
> This problem is purely a Vista problem. Vista has been an utter
> Anyone have any clues why the perfomance takes such a hit as the minutes
> go by. I might not even normally recognize that the system is going down
> except that the speakers start crackling and getting static'y. But sure
> enough if I don't restart it, within 15-20 more minutes it will crash to
And the BSOD tells you ?
sounds like heat problem to me. what MB?? is this onboard sound if so try
and disable it in the bios just to see if BSOD happens again