Jul 30 2021 07:40 AM
Jul 30 2021 07:40 AM
I am currently having intermittent audio (sound cutting out for a second every so often).
I noticed this on my first upgrade to in the dev channel and decided to roll back to Windows 10 and the issue was resolved. I have now upgraded through the beta channel and am having the same issue.
I am assuming this is a driver issue but I am not certain. I have uninstalled and reinstalled all my drivers which hasn't given me any issues. I ran the trouble shooter and the only thing that I ever get is "Generic audio driver" found. I have tried multiple audio devices. 3.5 mm and usb headsets with the same result.
Jul 30 2021 08:02 AM
Jul 30 2021 09:01 AM
Jul 30 2021 09:24 PM
Aug 20 2021 06:30 AM
I have loaded up the beta version about a week ago. I am also getting quite bad stutter and interference with my sound. Whether via USB or just direct speaker output, it is just the same. It's still happening now, 20/08/2021.
Sep 09 2021 11:35 AM
Nov 02 2021 10:22 AM
I can report the exact same issue as @Tewl_ for me atleast it happens after well maybe 2-3 hours of uptime from my pc, reboot fixes it for a while... then it comes back.
Even did a fresh install of Win11
Windows Build is 22000.282
Was up till the devchannel before i set it up all new... but the issue remains
Nov 02 2021 10:52 AM
Do you have Corsair's iCue (or something similar) app running? I threw it away and all my problems gone ;)
Nov 03 2021 07:44 AM - edited Nov 03 2021 08:08 AM
@rednaskel Had Steelseries GG (Switched back for testing purposes right now to the Steelseries Engine.
That damned Steelseries GG installs a Steelseries SONAR audio device, which i don't need just for a mouse :D
I will report back if that solved the issue!
Other than that, there is MSI Afterburner and RTSS running aswell as FANcontrol.
I also have it just "after some hours" of error free usage, so it's a kinda "long" trial and error, because after a reboot it's fine for some hours.
Have checked it with latencymon aswell.
Windows 11 is a joke at the current state
Not even the **bleep** Snipping tool (Win+Shift+S) is working anymore... well i was told it's "too beta" were like: "nah man i'm fine" but honestly, Windows 11 has WAY too much issues right now for me a few examples:
Grouping in taskbar can't be deactivated
No Clock on my other Taskbars on my 2. and 3. screen
That ridiculous "double stacked" right click menu (dekstop and file explorer...)
Right click on taskbar itself is a joke, back in the days i could even launch the task manager over it
That **bleep** sound issues
actually the snipping tool issue
Nov 05 2021 06:36 PM
So, for all who are experiencing stutter:
I downgraded to Windows 10
even with a fresh install of windows 11 there was the stutter after a certain time...
Upgraded to the last Dev Build and even there were those awful stutters.
Latencymon showed my a average max latency after boot of around 300-600 µs after around 2 hours it spiked up to 4500 µs
Back on windows 10 i have an average of 120-150 µs even after HOURS of usage...
I don't think there will be a quick solution to this except downgrading...