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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: sound is stutter, sizzle with lasts kernel releases
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>>>>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.
>>>
>>>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.
>>
>>
>> Try adding this line to the "Device" section of your XF86Config file:
>>
>> Option "PciRetry" "true"
>>
>> and let us know if it stops the stuttering or not.
>>
> This option is already set in my XF86Config-4 file. It doesn't solve the
> problem.

Try setting it to false.

Also, try both settings for "PciBurst".

John.
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