Found a possible fix to windows 7 crack pops / DPC issue
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    Default Found a possible fix to windows 7 crack pops / DPC issue

    So after using the DPC latency tool to narrow down my crack/pops/cutouts of audio from my audio2dj, I narrowed it down to the wifi card. Disabling wifi isn't practical so i found an alternative, wlan optimizer. It's a free tool that disables wireless background scans that can cause lag. After running it i'm only getting a red spike every hour or so and it hasn't effected my audio. I disable wifi for gigs, but at home I would like to be able to have wifi during dj'ing.

    http://www.martin-majowski.de/wlanoptimizer/

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    thanks for the info shane. sucks for any users that need wifi during there sets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    thanks for the info shane. sucks for any users that need wifi during there sets.
    yeah I actually use wifi a lot during mobile gigs, when ever someone requests a song i don't have I can usually pull it up online and play it, i've done it with serato on my macbook many times with out any lag / dropouts.

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    yeah im starting to use wifi for my ipad while djing, so its a must for me.
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    interesting.. i also found this.. it might help tracking down processes/services that are causing latency issues.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane View Post
    interesting.. i also found this.. it might help tracking down processes/services that are causing latency issues.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx
    thanks for this link dude, don't think i'll be needing it on my machine, but handy to add to the 'usb toolbox' on my keys when sorting out other peoples computers for them

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