Windows 7 [x64] keeps jumping together with sound


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Hi there i will start with my laptop Specs...
Its a Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Xi3670

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9000 @ 2.00GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M
Realtek High Definition Audio
2x500GB HDD
4GB RAM

Windows keeps jumping.. like kind of freezeing but like for half a second every second if u know what i mean. It happens in Windows but if i run the game it gets worst the game and cursor keeps jumping and the sound does that aswell... i have reinstalled all the drivers but it didnt help... any ideas ? cheers guys
 
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Hi Viperek, welcome to the forums :)

Does this happen all the time, even when you are not gaming? Can you see if the same thing happens when you boot in to safe mode?
 
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Well it doesn't happen all the time, every other time I would say and it's getting rly anoyed it stops after maybe 5 minutes but sometimes I got to restart all the system. It's hard to say if it hapens under a safe mode cuz it rly happens randomly. Cheers guys
 

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Hi Viperek

I have a question for you, are you using a optical laser mouse ?
 

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OK, believing you have the latest drivers (that you downloaded no Windows 7 downloaded) what surface or Mat does your mouse sit on ?
 
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OK, believing you have the latest drivers (that you downloaded no Windows 7 downloaded) what surface or Mat does your mouse sit on ?
mat tho its a normal mouse without any drivers... its not the mouse problem the windows is freezeing its not the mouse lol
 

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I did not say your mouse was freezing but if a laser mouse is not on the correct surface it can cause problems like you describe, so put a plain sheet of printer paper under your mouse, then if you still have a problem you can say its not disrupted feed back from the laser thats the problem ;)
 
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I did not say your mouse was freezing but if a laser mouse is not on the correct surface it can cause problems like you describe, so put a plain sheet of printer paper under your mouse, then if you still have a problem you can say its not disrupted feed back from the laser thats the problem ;)

well i just tried without a mouse and it happened again after i played a game for 2 minutes...
 

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Well thats ruled out the laser, can you boot in to safe mode as Ian suggested and see if the problem manifests.
 
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Do you have all the latest chipset drivers installed? Sometimes you have to manually updated them through the Device Manger, Hardware section.
 
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