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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    Hm, if this isn't a DPC issue then I don't know what causes this, sorry.

    One thing you can tr though: Maybe you didn't uninstall the drivers completely so something fromt he first driver you used is still on your PC causing this issue. The uninstall utilities never fully uninstall everything unfortunately. Use Driver Sweeper 2.0 to get rid of everything, follow the instructions included with it. The re-install the latest divers.


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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Snickers View Post
    I used to have this horrible stuttering problem when I first finished setting up my new build.. music I was listening to would skip and videos would freeze .. it happened every 15 mins or so .. it was very annoying .. so anyways after extensive googling I found the solution :D ... you wouldn't by any chance happen to be using your IDE connection.. would you?

    Turns out that the raid driver (JMicron) on the disc was buggy and detected IDE as SCSI or something (my IDE drives were shown as SCSI for me) and to fix it was simple by doing this

    1. Go to "device manager"
    2. Expand the "storage controllers" node
    3. Right click on "Gigabyte Controller" device and select "update driver software"
    4. Select "browse my computer for driver software"
    5. Select "let me pick from a list..."
    6. Select "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller"

    After I did that all the stuttering disappeared.
    I had to create an account to respond to this post. I had this same issue with my new system. I'm also using the EP45-UD3P board with the onboard Realtek sound. This post absolutely fixed my problem. I was having major spikes with DPC Latencey Checker and my sound was stuttering every 5-10 seconds. Following the instructions above fixed the stutter and the spikes. Thank you Snickers! I don't have to send back my motherboard!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    I have this exact issue with the same board that I just installed today. I have another thread going where I was having major system stutter issues, and not once did I have the audio on. I'm wondering if that is tied to this.

    I looked in my device manager and I don't have a "Storage Controllers" node. The only thing I have close is "Storage volumes" and all that's in it is "generic volume." If I click on the SCSI and RAID Controllers tab, I do see a "Gigabyte GBB36X Controller" there. Is that the same one or something different?

    Edit: Ok took a chance and did it. It was the same thing. WOO HOOO I now don't have stuttering at all!!! This fixed both my problems at once. UGH, spent 9 hours today trying to isolate this.
    Last edited by Esch; 08-14-2009 at 12:03 PM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    Do you have disks connected to the purple ports on your board? If so why? If not then you have drivers installed that you dont need so that could also be part of your issues.

    If you dont have anything on those ports uninstall that device/driver in device manager for GBB36X Controller as you do not need it

    Is that what you did to fix your stutter? If not what did you do, and you can still apply/do that info posted above as it is always relevant

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Is that what you did to fix your stutter? If not what did you do, and you can still apply/do that info posted above as it is always relevant
    I followed the directions from the previous post about going into Device Manager and swapping the driver for another one. The wording wasn't the same (the tab/driver were named something similar but different) but it still worked for me.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Problem

    Ok, well glad to see you got it going! Post back anytime if you need help with anything else

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