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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: sound is stutter, sizzle with lasts kernel releases
Thomas Molina wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, PlasmaJohn wrote:
>
>
>>Please excuse me if I'm being naive, but aren't SBlive cards really bad bus
>>citizens and have problems on SMP machines, Via chipsets, etc.?
>>
>>Or did Linux fix what Creative and Microsoft couldn't. Or won't. ;)
>
>
> SBline doesn't share interrupts well. Usually, changing PCI slots in
> order to affect what interrupt is used can help a lot. The problem is,
> depending on the motherboard, figuring out what a particular PCI slot
> shares an interrupt with can be difficult.
>
> -

Hi,

After some time, I have tested ALL possibilities with my PCI graphic
card and my sound blaster live. (4 PCI slots => 12 possibilities).

The problem is always the same, sound still stutter.


Sum-up of my problem:
The sound of my computer stutter when I move a window, watch a movie,
... with a kernel 2.4.19 and 2.4.20 ; whereas with a kernel 2.4.8, it
works fine.
I use a sound blaster live! with a Matrox G200 PCI, and an AMD 760MPX
chipset.

What has changed since kernel 2.4.8 which could cause this problem?


Regards,
Xavier

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