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Suddenly all Games and videos lagging Stuttering after update windows 10. Plz help!

Few weeks ago my pc running smooth on Windows 10. Then I got build update of win 10, after this update all games Stuttering also videos.

I tried,
Reinstalling all drivers, switch back to win 8.1 still Stuttering again after I install win 7 but doesn't work ,
Afterall now I'm on Win 10 64 still stutter lags

All drivers are updated
My pc configuration -
i3 2100 3.10ghz processor, gt630 zone edition 2gb graphics card ,
4gb ram,
Intel dh61ww motherboard,
WD BLUE 1TB hard disk,
Corsair vs550 psu

cpu ,gpu temperature is fine.


Is this psu problem?


Please reply with your suggestions.
Thanks:)
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  1. I have no answer for you.
    I have seen other recent similar posts after a windows 10 update.
    Since you also tried windows 7 and 8.1, the OS is not likely the cause.

    4gb is a bit small for a 64 bit OS. I think you might do better with 8gb.
    One possibility for the sudden change might be a problem with your hard drive.
    WD has diagnostic programs called data lifeguard that you might run.

    Regardless, I would really try to use a ssd for windows.
    Samsung even suggests that it helps lagging and fps:
    http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/why/forGamer.html
  2. If your computer is stuttering and lagging, as per your description, no matter which version of Windows you are running, it's probably due to the hardware. Make sure your machine is reasonably free of dust in areas such as the DIMM sockets where it can on rare occasions cause memory errors and also that no parts are overheating, which can manifest as poor performance caused by throttling of the components.
  3. shaunak1 said:
    Few weeks ago my pc running smooth on Windows 10. Then I got build update of win 10, after this update all games Stuttering also videos.

    I tried,
    Reinstalling all drivers, switch back to win 8.1 still Stuttering again after I install win 7 but doesn't work ,
    Afterall now I'm on Win 10 64 still stutter lags

    All drivers are updated
    My pc configuration -
    i3 2100 3.10ghz processor, gt630 zone edition 2gb graphics card ,
    4gb ram,
    Intel dh61ww motherboard,
    WD BLUE 1TB hard disk,
    Corsair vs550 psu

    cpu ,gpu temperature is fine.


    Is this psu problem?


    Please reply with your suggestions.
    Thanks:)


    Try doing a clean install.
  4. bigpinkdragon286,
    thx for suggestions
    My pc is dust free and I have 4 fan inside cabinet.
    And sorry for negative vote, my finger make mistake (touchscreen) lol
    BTW any idea?
  5. T0rvadaL,
    I already did clean installation 10-15 times
    Still doesn't work
  6. Number of fans are not an indicator of temperature.

    Have you actually looked at temperatures yet?

    Edit: yes, you've said they're fine, but it would help us to rule them out if you listed them, as not everybody agrees what fine is.
  7. bigpinkdragon286,
    Gpu temperature is fine 40-45
    But cpu temp goes up from 60-64-68-70-74
    I see temp suddenly when my pc turn on from bios setting
  8. shaunak1 said:
    bigpinkdragon286,
    Gpu temperature is fine 40-45
    But cpu temp goes up from 60-64-68-70-74
    I see temp suddenly when my pc turn on from bios setting


    At idle, your temperatures in the bios should be 10-15c. over ambient if your cooler is mounted well.
    If it is significantly higher than that, it is likely that your cooler has come loose or was not mounted well.
    If you used the intel stock cooler, verify that all 4 pushpins are through the motherboard and locked.
    If you nudge the cooler, it should not wiggle.
    My stock advice on how to mount a stock intel cooler:

    ----------------how to mount the stock Intel cooler--------------

    The stock Intel cooler can be tricky to install.
    A poor installation will result in higher cpu temperatures.
    If properly mounted, you should expect temperatures at idle to be 10-15c. over ambient.

    To mount the Intel stock cooler properly, place the motherboard on top of the foam or cardboard backing that was packed with the motherboard.
    The stock cooler will come with paste pre applied, it looks like three grey strips.
    The 4 push pins should come in the proper position for installation, that is with the pins rotated in the opposite direction of the arrow,(clockwise)
    and pulled up as far as they can go.
    Take the time to play with the pushpin mechanism until you know how they work.

    Orient the 4 pins so that they are exactly over the motherboard holes.
    If one is out of place, you will damage the pins which are delicate.
    Push down on a DIAGONAL pair of pins at the same time. Then the other pair.

    When you push down on the top black pins, it expands the white plastic pins to fix the cooler in place.

    If you do them one at a time, you will not get the cooler on straight.
    Lastly, look at the back of the motherboard to verify that all 4 pins are equally through the motherboard, and that the cooler is on firmly.
    This last step must be done, which is why the motherboard should be out of the case to do the job. Or you need a case with a opening that lets you see the pins.
    It is possible to mount the cooler with the motherboard mounted in the case, but you can then never be certain that the push pins are inserted properly
    unless you can verify that the pins are through the motherboard and locked.

    If you should need to remove the cooler, turn the pins counter clockwise to unlock them.
    You will need to clean off the old paste and reapply new if you ever take the cooler off.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  9. geofelt, thx
    But The Intel stock cooler already mounted properly, all 4 pins are properly mounted fan rpm between 1300-1400. but still doesn't work.
    I tried with different hdd but still lags stutter
    Any idea?
  10. Have you looked at a graph of your CPU and GPU usage and clock speeds before and after the stuttering occurs?

    Might try something like MSI's Afterburner software, to see if your clock speeds are fluctuating out of the ordinary, and if it correlates to temperatures.
  11. Best answer
    FInally a working solution!!!!

    I had similar problem with my laptop but I came to know that this problem has nothing to do with hardware specs. Here is the working solution which will bring your windows 10 back to life.

    Go to start menu - settings - Notifications and actions - turn off "show me tips about Windows"

    Restart your machine and everything should be normal again..
  12. Harish Thotli said:
    FInally a working solution!!!!

    I had similar problem with my laptop but I came to know that this problem has nothing to do with hardware specs. Here is the working solution which will bring your windows 10 back to life.

    Go to start menu - settings - Notifications and actions - turn off "show me tips about Windows"

    Restart your machine and everything should be normal again..


    If this works, I'm going to track you down and kiss you on the lips.
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