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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Yes, I also ticked the HDAudbus.sys


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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Is that still enabled?
    No problems after about 45 hours?

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    The verifier is still running
    No problem

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises



    Re-try with these verifier custom settings:
    • all standard flags (you can click the flag type column to sort the flags)
    • these additional flags:
      • Power framework delay fuzzing.
      • DDI compliance checking (additional)
      • NDIS/WIFI verification
      • Kernel synchronization delay fuzzing
      • Code integrity checks
    • automatically select all drivers installed


    To reset verifier settings in case something goes wrong, reboot to safe mode and type verifier /reset from an elevated command prompt.

    Remember the precautions: system restore point, system image, windows cd at hand... In case the safe boot from the machine won't start.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Finally an instant BSOD loop after booting.
    Here's the dump file

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    It seems it's part of MSI GAMING app.
    Is it installed?
    Try to uninstall it.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    I still get the Verifier Detectd Violation BSOD after uninstalling it.
    Another dump file

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Try to disable verifier and see if the problem has gone away.
    Fingers crossed

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    forgot to mention, I ran another Verifier and still get a bsod after uninstalling the gaming app.
    Just wondering which driver causes the verifier to force a bsod.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    I saw the latest bsod, but it points to a MS driver.

    If the problem hasn't gone away (with verifier disabled), I'd run another verifier session: this time enable all verifier checks and select all drivers but Microsoft ones.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Enable all verifier checks and all driver but Microsoft...
    reboot...bsod...
    another dump file:


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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Uhm... When I told you to set bios default settings, I forgot you have to "underclock" your RAM speed...
    What setting has been selected by your MB (for your RAM frequency)?
    Your CPU specs "say" you should set it to DDR4-1866 or DDR4-2133.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    The RAM I have has a XMP profile (I have enabled XMP), but the motherboard setting is set to 2133Mhz, while RAM in the Task manager shows 2400Mhz...High DPC latency and popping noises-ram-png

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Try to turn off the xmp profile, then see what settings will be set (in your MB and in task manager).
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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    After I disabled the XMP all the settings are set to AUTO.
    The speed in task manager show 2400MHZ BUT CPU-Z SHOWS 2133Mhz...High DPC latency and popping noises-ram2-pngHigh DPC latency and popping noises-cpuz_ram-png

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Ok... Issue still present?

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    I think so....
    High DPC latency and popping noises-latmon5-png
    Read More:

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Did you reset verifier settings?
    Try to disable intel speedstep and to enable spread spectrum (in your BIOS).

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    still the same.
    High DPC latency and popping noises-latmon6-png
    I dont think disabling the speedstep help and I think it eats more power.

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    Re: High DPC latency and popping noises

    Are you using the red usb port near the vga port (rear panel)?
    Or the blue usb ports under the rj45 port?
    And what things are you connecting to them?

    Try to download/install the Netw. Adap. Driver for W8.1 (x86/x64) (product webpage) --> PROWinx64.exe (download webpage)
    Last edited by xilolee; 02-05-2017 at 03:46 AM.

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