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Ynzen 02-13-2009 10:11 AM

Hello, i got a problem with my ventrilo client.

When i connect to a server my computer freeze for like 1min, same when i enter the Setup and all the things in Setup, and when i disconnect from server. soo it's only when connect,disconnect or use any of the setup.

I have older versions of vent 2.1 and there it's no problem.
i have even disk formatting.

I got vista x64 and i downloaded the one for it, (Even tryed to others)
not working. Anyone has experienced any similar problem or knows a solution to this?

GemDog 02-14-2009 02:54 AM

"When i connect to a server my computer freeze for like 1min, same when i enter the Setup and all the things in Setup, and when i disconnect from server. soo it's only when connect,disconnect or use any of the setup."

could be video card related or bad memory, Vx64 shouldnt choke up like that.
check for new video drivers.

if you have memory you can swap out try that.

personaly i need more info to better help you.
laptop /PC make model, OS, Memory, Sound Card, Video Card etc.
Vista x64 tells me you can just have problems faster than me not that vista is a problem, its just faster than my XP Sp3

**you mentioned formating, why? I dont understand.**


Ynzen 02-14-2009 06:26 AM

PC, HP modell m9367
intel quad 2,5ghz
NVIDIA geforce 9800
RAM: 4gb
Realtek High Definition Audio/ C-Media CM108

and it's only 3.0 that doing it.. the older versions works fine.

GemDog 02-14-2009 01:04 PM

Well i ll start with nice rig man! go to nivida and check for the new uni drivers for that card, i am currently using 181.x on my game rig. goto the nvidia site dont use update windows or anything like that, go read the uni driver upadtes info and check if your card is listed.
then check with Realtek the same way, look at you system info for the exact audio card you have and check for patches and/or work arounds.
there is still the possiblity of a bad memory module, read you motherboard book or get on line from the manuf. not HP but what silk screened on the actual board fo to their site and check for new drivers the same way.
"big box" computers are last to get update info for their machines, some hot shot says ..."na these arent important enough yet to add them to our list" we dont have enough complaints yet... but the do keep up on MS OS updates though.

fill in info for you on this office rig.
HP Slimline 32220n
AMD Dcore 64x2 5000+
Nvidia 6150 se
so like i said you have a nice rig, it has to be a sound driver or GPU driver issue.
3.0.x if making a function call your GPU and CPU are like wtf! and look for work arounds, this is the lag spike your getting.. ?do you see the not responding message from the windows OS in the top bar of vent? it migh be suppresed.

i am also thinking and it is possible old registery scrap still running, the old ones you say work fine, instead of deleating them just reaname the directories the old ones live in so they dont get loaded into mem from the get reg. function at boot up.

then try after getting the updates if any...

My game rig info.
No name from scratch
MSI P43 Neo3 Mother
Dcore extreme
Realtek ALC888 HD sound
REaltek Lan 10/100/1000
PNY, Nivdia core 8500GT
overclocked out the yin/
pulling 34-60 FPS in dalran in WoW, depends on server pop.
running the lates 181 driver with phyics CUDA core on.

looking forward fto hearing from you.

Ynzen 02-14-2009 07:21 PM

Just updated drivers for sound and video card. and that didn't work. ;<

GemDog 02-15-2009 07:57 AM

possible bad memory strip... with the macine off and uppluged remove 1 strip at a time.
?? did you recently change firewalls?
?? did you try to run it in admin mode?
??change the size of the cache file this might help...

do 1 thing at a time / start with the mem. no luck, try admin mode , then try cache size setting, i dont have x64 so use the search the help for that one.

then tell mw about your firewall...
sorry i got back to you so late after dinner took back meds and passed out


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