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Clicking/Audio Tearing when sound is played on XP x64 with Audigy 2 ZS (not an issue on x86)

Posted on 2008-06-09
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My problem is that since I installed XP Professional x64 edition, and using either genuine Creative Labs or Microsoft sound drivers, there is frustrating audio tearing/clicking whenever a sound is played. It seems to me like an Interrupt issue, but I cannot fix it. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
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I have fixed the problem. The issue was to do with the PCI Wait timer on the motherboard. Lowering from 64 to 32 resolved the issue.
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