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Barrington

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  1. I figure I'd write this out here incase anyone else is having this trouble.

     

    Had a machine where any audio would stutter, tried changing audio quality down as low as it would go, reinstalled realtek drivers, disabled devices, changed priorities, everything still had audio stuttering.

    wasn't until wifi went down that audio stopped stuttering, sure enough disabled the Asus PCE-N15 wireless and audio no longer stutters.

     

    Things to try if you're having this problem: check cables, check with another device to make sure its not your speakers/headphones, restart, disable enhancements, enable immediate mode, lower audio quality, reinstall drivers, disable wireless card. 

    If alll those didn't fix you may need a new soundcard

     

     


  2. Razor Scooters have been becoming so dangerous, That parents have started buying their kids.....    Razer Blades.

     

    would love the razer blade stealth, quieter computer is always nice, and I'd be able to use it for work

     

    also ed came along way from being dezel the intern 


  3. Built into the firmware on the laptops' motherboard is a piece of code called the Lenovo Service Engine

    (LSE). If Windows is installed, the LSE is executed before the Microsoft operating system is launched.

     

    The LSE makes sure C:\Windows\system32\autochk.exe is Lenovo's variant of the autochk.exe file;

    if Microsoft's official version is there, it is moved out of the way and replaced. The executable is run

    during startup, and is supposed to check the computer's file system to make sure it's free of any corruption.

     

    Lenovo's variant of this system file ensures LenovoUpdate.exe and LenovoCheck.exe are present in

    the operating system's system32 directory, and if not, it will copy the executables into that directory

    during boot up. So if you uninstall or delete these programs, the LSE in the firmware will bring them

    back during the next power-on or reboot.

     

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/08/12/lenovo_firmware_nasty/

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