Hello. I have a problem with the image delay of the sound, i.e. for about a week watching anything on Youtube and TWITCH, the picture delays me in terms of sound. In 1 minute the delay is small, it's hard to notice but after a few minutes of watching there is almost a second of delay, after 5-10 minutes of watching yt / twitch, the delay of the picture relative to the sound is about 1-2 sec. * curiosity: When I stop the movie on YT and resume, the sound is ok, but again after a few minutes it does the same.
The computer is new, it has 5 weeks, early there was no such problem. Spec: Processor: I5-8400 RAM: 8 gb Graphics: gtx 1060 6gb Motherboard: Asus Z370-p prime Power supply: SilentiumPC 600W
* The drivers have been reinstalled by downloading the latest from the manufacturer's website (Realitek) * The problem affects every browser. In games, I did not notice any delays.
Computer scanned: NOD 32, malwarebytes anti-malware and adwcleaner No threats.
I hear first, then I see. On Chrome, it seems to me that the problem is bigger because after 15-20 minutes of watching streams on twitch I have a delayed image about 2-3 seconds.
Any tips on what to walk?
Additionally, by entering this forum I have something like this:
What is it and why it appears?
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Tested for this pot: - Reinstalling sound drivers - Installation of the latest Flash Player and activation in browsers.
* curiosity: When I stop the movie on YT and resume, the sound is ok, but again after a few minutes it does the same.
I remember that I had it too and I got mad at it. I do not remember the solution. As if audio and video buffers have been distributed. Post the result speedtest.pl. Maybe you just have the internet too "rushing" / slow. Write whether the problem occurs under bootable linux.
Rushing or slow internet, the reason for the lack of coverage of the vision with the sound is probably a more likely cause than some system error, which de facto would get rid of the reinstallation faster than to search for hours with doubtful success he has already said about other browsers.
Adblock has nothing to do because I only have it on Opera, the problem is also on Chrome without Adblock.
90% of the time I watch Twitch and not YT. Twitch uses HTML5, it's not a FLASH problem.
The PC is new (2 msc), but I've done a new installation with the format a few days ago. I had the impression that it is ok for a few days. But now the picture is delays again> I hear first, then I see.
Due to the fact that the system was freshly installed, it does not make sense to pursue CCleaner / delete browser cache etc.?
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The monitor is also new, I use the HDMI cable attached to the monitor. Could this be a cable problem? I do not currently have the opportunity to check on another one.
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EDIT 2: What exact scans should I upload? - FRST - Addition - Shortcot Which / which?
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I just want to add that this delayed image does not occur immediately, only with time, only after 5-15 minutes is visible delay of the image relative to the sound.
Rushing or slow internet, the reason for the lack of video coverage with audio is probably a more likely cause than some system error
My attention was drawn to me, and again I'm not sure if it is not the fault of the Internet itself. Execute in CMD: ping 220.127.116.11 -t and next ping (IP of your router) -t See if it "breaks", whether there are interruptions in reception or long access times. The mere fact that the test went out in the standard does not mean that the internet is "stable". It's nice if you checked eg on wi-fi neighbor / colleague.
The theory of system error, drivers and viruses has been abolished in the format, therefore, unnecessary FRST, CCleaner.
You did not write anything about Firefox, you did not run the bootable linux. I did not expect such an answer. If you do not want to help yourself, we will not help any more.