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    Hi guys,
    I would like to know why the M17x has DPC latency :
    Look mine under Win7:


    NDJason2009 under WinVista:



    ex2j under win7 :



    I'm almost sure all the M17x have this problem and I would like to know how to fix it...

    Youc an download this software here :

    http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml

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    Default Re: M17x and DPC Latency

    Honestly I have never heard of DCP before or that tool. What is the point of it?
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    Default Re: M17x and DPC Latency

    that's high. How many background processes do you have running?

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    This has been a reoccurring issue with many laptops. There is a very long thread here which may be of interest to some... A big factor has been the wifi card. Some people have reported that switching off the unused band coverage has helped... IMO there really is no simple fix.

    Another thread on this can be found here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soviet Sunrise View Post
    that's high. How many background processes do you have running?
    All my applications were closed.

    I have try to disable all the device in the device manager (one by one) and there's no change.. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-nabeesse View Post
    Hi guys,


    NDJason2009 under WinVista:


    Yes I didnt know of this until I started reading here.

    I downloaded and mine appears like this one here...
    I have BT and wifi off.. I will have to tweak things and see what is causing this.. I should format, and just install basic drivers and go from there... No alienware software ect... maybe even before antivirus ... Just to see when it appears..
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    I did this but doesn't work. the problem appear the first time windows is start.

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    Hrm.. to bad this program wont tell you exactly what is causing the spikes.. lol

    Its like, something is not right but you figure it out.. ahaha
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    does this even matter....? is it something to even be worried about?

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    cracking sound in movies and musics...

 

 
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