On 2010-06-04 20:36, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> First thing that pops up in my mind is CPU frequency scaling (disabling
That might be. Again I might have falsely assumed that that goes for my
laptop (2Ghz dual core) applies to his. Still I never had problems like
the ones he has with frequency scaling. Seems to matter at high loads
but with nothing using jack it has never been a problem to me, but it's
worth a try!
> but apparently it's an old laptop so maybe it
Maybe, I'm not sure exactly how old, I guess a cat /proc/cpuinfo would
> And Firewire can be very picky when it's an onboard Firewire chipset. If
Ah, I didn't think about that. It could be his firewire chipset is one
of those buggy/crappy ones people curse over here from time to time.
Again I never met one of those, should have thought about that.
I used to be really into tuning my IRQ's but now it doesn't really seem
to matter anymore. Maybe that'll make a difference on his hardware.
Thanks for all the ideas so far! Seems to be lot's of stuff I forgot
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