Yea...Im not getting any issue now
Debug ur hdd
update drivers from nvidia.com not dell.com
keep windows firewall on
disable mcafree firewall
scan all ur external sources if any viruses are present
this worked for me
as of now past 20 days no stuttering and no distortion while movies or gaming 😄
hope this helps
Same problem with Notebook / Laptop DELL Inspiron 17R N7110 Core i7 2670QM 2.2GHz 8GB (4GB + 4GB gift) GeForce GT 525M 750GB 2GB Windows 7 Pro x 64 Black. This is the sound?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n3Esc6d9N4 I have solved the driver:http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=20110&lang=eng&OSVersion=Windows%207%...
It is OK thank you!
That's the noise. I am getting ready to reinstall using my disc that I created when I got my computer because it wasn't doing it when I first got it. My fiance just did that with his Gateway and it stopped doing it. My Dell8300 is doing it constantly--every time I listen to something or watch anything, it does the stutter. It's really really annoying.
IVE POSTED THIS BEFORE IT CAME FROM DELL.TOLD ME THAT THE MCAFFE FIRE WALL AS A BIG PROBLEM. ITS THE CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM.. I ASKED WHY DO YOU GIVE MCAFFE WITH YOUR PCS?DELL SAID MCAFFE IS LOOKING INTO IT THERE SHOULD BE A UPGRADE FROM MCAFFE SOMETIME, WHEN ???? I GOT £30.00 GB,CREDIT NOTE FROM DELL.I TOOK OF MCAFFE AND PUT ON NORTON 360, IVE HAD NO PROBLEM WITH THAT BLOODY NOISE AS YET FINGERS CROSSED. IF YOU USE MACAFFE, WHY NOT TRY A FREE TRAIL WITH ANY PC SCURITY. AND SEE IF IT WORKS, YOU CAN ALWAYS PUT YOUR MCAFFE BACK ON, AFTER TAKING OFF THE TRAIL SECURITY.WORTH A TRY NOTHING TO LOOSE EXCEPT THAT BLOODY NOISE.GOOD LUCK
This forum solved my problem as well so big thanks. Just one thing when I went to the download center for the driver I said that the one I had was newer than the one installed. I installed it anyway and it fixed the problem, but this confused me a little as I expected to get the latest driver. I download it today (2nd March 2012).
I have a brand new Latitude E6410 which had this issue. I went to the Intel download center, looking for the update mentioned by mao.tsetung. I used the Intel application which scanned for all the updates they recommended and installed all of them. After a reboot, the problem was solved. Just in case, I caught up on all the Windows updates and all day today I was glitch-free!
Try what I mentioned in my previous post. It helped for a few weeks, but the glitch seems to reappear sporadically. Rebooting helps stop it.