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Sometimes, it's clear what device uses a driver--like ndis.
For example, on my computer, LatencyMon showed that Wdf As I said before, there isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. But here are some things you can try - most of which involve experimenting with various device drivers.
Try to identify which device uses the driver using either the info LatencyMon gives about the driver, or Google search the driver name. See if the device's drivers are outdated.
If they are, download the latest drivers for the device. You can get them typically from the manufacturer's website, or by going into your Device Manager, right-clicking on the device, and clicking "Update Driver Software. Reboot and see if micro-stuttering is still there.
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If the micro-stuttering is completely gone, then you've identified the device whose driver is responsible for your stuttering. To prevent future stuttering, you can: Simply keep the device disabled. But this would then prevent you from using the device. Double-check that you have the latest driver version.
This might not work, however. Try rolling back to a prior driver version which again, you may be able to get from the device manufacturer's website. You can try experimenting with various prior versions to see if you find one that resolves the stutter. This still might not work, however.
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Simply uninstall the driver via the Device Manager. This might make the device unusable, but there might also be other default device MSI GP62 6QE Leopard EC Radio Switch that will take over in their absence. You can pretty quickly figure this out depending on whether the device still works or not after you uninstall the driver. If it doesn't work anymore, you can always re-install the driver to make it work again. You might lose some functionality using default drivers, but it might be a pretty minor loss, especially in comparison to bad stuttering.
Note that Windows Update may try to force the previous non-default driver back onto your computer; if so, see this workaround: Note that not every device will receive driver updates through Windows Update, so you may have to hunt down new driver versions from the device manufacturer's website. If the micro-stuttering is still there but is occurring less, then you've identified one device whose driver may be responsible for your stutter. Repeat steps for other MSI GP62 6QE Leopard EC Radio Switch that LatencyMon identifies as having a high Execution Time.
If the micro-stuttering hasn't changed, then you haven't identified the responsible driver. Click the "Apply" button and "OK" button and reboot your notebook. If it works, you can safely assume that one of the services you stopped is causing the problem. The next step is to determine which service s were causing the SCM problem. The way to do this is to return to MSConfig, hide the Microsoft services again, then one-at-a-time enable the third-party services and reboot.
When the SCM problem returns, you'll know that the service you just enabled is the culprit. Contact the company that created the program using that service and get their help. It is possible that the SCM problem could result from a combination of services. You'll have to test all of the non-Microsoft services to see how many affect the SCM. And, you might try testing a problem-service by itself to see if it still affects the SCM then determine which services need to be running at the same time to create the problem. It can take a bit of time to do a thorough test but it's a good way to get a good handle on the programs involved in the SCM problem. If turning off all of the non-Microsoft services does not stop the SCM problem, then you could begin to disable Microsoft services to see if any of them are the source of the problem.
This can be tricky because you don't want MSI GP62 6QE Leopard EC Radio Switch disable a critical Microsoft service whose absence could "break" Windows. My advice is to seek experienced local help. Free Download MSI GP62 6QE Leopard EC Radio Switch Driver bit (Other Drivers & Tools). To complete the Processor Microcode update, please follow the SOP below to perform BIOS update twice with MSI GP62 6QE Leopard EC Radio Switch BIOS Utility.
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