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  • Robin Cutshaw
    Thanks John. It s these little gotchas that can be very frustrating. This is a good thing for everyone to check if they are having audio problems. 73,
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 16, 2008
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      Thanks John. It's these little "gotchas" that can be very
      frustrating. This is a good thing for everyone to check if they are
      having audio problems.

      73,
      Robin
      AA4RC




      --- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "john_ke5c" <ke5c@...> wrote:
      >
      > I looked further into my Windows audio choppiness because it again
      > became noticeable. I observed the chopping (a sort of tic-tic-
      tic...)
      > seemed to coincide with my hard-drive being accessed. Then I
      > remembered that the TR-Log contest program has choppy CW when
      Windows
      > indexing is on. I turned the indexing off, and the choppiness is
      gone,
      > and I do mean gone. For those scientists out there, this is an N
      of 1,
      > so the p value of this hypothesis is far from significant, but if
      you
      > have this issue, you might try turning XP indexing off. This is
      > consistent with my not having this noise on an Fedora laptop - no
      > background file indexing - which is 25% the computer that this
      desktop
      > is. Here's a nice description of how:
      >
      > http://tinyurl.com/2anomn
      >
      > 73 - John
      >
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