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In the documentation it was stated that Windows NT’s DirectSound actually uses WinMM drivers and thus results fluttery playback. Does anyone know do drivers of the common integrated laptop sound cards (i.e. HP’s Conexant A-Link) work in similar way?

I’m currently programming with HP’s laptop and no matter what I’ll do, the DirectSound sounds, well, broken, but WinMM sounds accurate. Last compatible A-Link drivers HP provided are very dated, so I’m checking this possibility from all you wiser users before I’ll start fixing something that ain’t broken :)

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Are you actually using Windows NT? :)

See the section in the tutorials about platform specific issues and windows, and try things like System::setDSPBufferSize

Might not be your driver (well it probably is), but its more likely the fact the defeault buffersize for dsound is 50ms and 200ms for winmm output.

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