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General Category => Technical Discussion => Topic started by: Toombs on November 19, 2017, 06:16:08 pm

Title: Stuttering
Post by: Toombs on November 19, 2017, 06:16:08 pm
since the internet is all over the place on this and this is the smartest group of guys I have ever knowing. I have started to experience the stuttering that people are saying was brought about by the Windows 10 creator update. It took this long to hit me I have disabled the Game DVR and the Nvidia Experience and the Microsoft Diagnostics Policy Service I am out of ideas I know there is a update comeing but I was wondering if anyone else had this problem
Title: Re: Stuttering
Post by: vettie on November 19, 2017, 09:01:23 pm
Usually 'stuttering' in game is caused by lag, or a bad connect to the server even tho your ping may 'look' good.
Title: Re: Stuttering
Post by: Lusankya on November 20, 2017, 04:12:48 pm
What exactly are you experiencing in-game Toombs? I'm running the Windows 10 creators update and Nvidia Experience and haven't noticed anything weird going on. MWO is notorious for being pretty hard on the CPU and less so on the GPU.
Title: Re: Stuttering
Post by: Toombs on November 20, 2017, 08:41:29 pm
its like a small pause followed up by a buzzing sound like a drop framerate and it has happened on Warthunder,  Fallout4, MWO, StarWars the Old Republic its a recent issue
Title: Re: Stuttering
Post by: Lusankya on November 20, 2017, 09:44:09 pm
Did you do the usual uninstall then reinstall of your graphics drivers? Other than that I don't really know what else to do really. Maybe Smaga or someone else could chime in.
Title: Re: Stuttering
Post by: vettie on November 21, 2017, 09:50:45 am
could also clear cache on any browser(s) you use.

one real good thing is to disconnect your router (if seperate from modem) then modem.
on the modem, disconnect not only the cat 5 cable to router/pc but also the actual cable from your ISP.
let this set for 1 to 5 minutes. (normal ISPs poll your connection every 30 seconds or so)
this COULD reset you IP Address unless you are paying fro a static ip, does not matter if it does or not.

after the wait period, reconnect the modem and let it cycle the lights. you can then try a direct connect to your modem from your pc.
once windows sees it (probably wants to set up a new 'network'. just go through it until you have internet access)
once you get internet access try the game and see if you still have the issue.

if you dont have the issue, shut every thing down. put your router back in the loop.
run the cycle again. if no issue you are good
if you now have the issue again, the router is slowly dieing on you.
if you live without it, take it out off the loop as above and run directly from modem until you can replace router.

if none of that works, i am not sure. drivers as lu mentioned could be the issue.

good luck