Hello Brooks, would you please try the following graphic driver? I think it is the same version but this file comes directly from the graphic page.
I would recommend you to uninstall your current graphics driver, restart the system and then install this version.
Please let me know the results.
sadly, that didn't help...
also, just to test and see what it would do, I changed the transition speed in the Photo Gallery screen saver settings from slow to medium to fast and back to slow. On medium and then on fast the stuttering was even worse.
anyone else have any tips? thoughts? ideas?
Brooks, I'm going to install this software so I can test it. I keep you posted..
Brooks, I was able to install the software and run a screen saver with some random pictures. I did not have issues with it.
However it looks like another customer already reported this behavior using other software (Live TV)
At this stage, I would like to inform you that this issue has been reported to our engineering department.
- Would you please send me the following information?
- Please provide graphics report generated within graphics control panel. http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/cs-009476.htm
- Also, DirectX diagnostic report at: click Start, click Run, type dxdiag in the Open box, and then click OK.
Brooks thanks for the information you sent, however I was not able to open the file.
As I explained you, this stuttering issue has been already reported. At this moment we are developing a new graphics driver. At this point it is a beta driver. If you don’t mind, you can try it and give us your feedback.
It might not fix your issue, but the only way to find it out would be by installing it.
I tried the beta driver--no improvement.
Thanks for the feedback. I'm going to report your results
just ran into the same exact problem on a new Dell XPS 2720 all-in-one pc with the Intel Core-i5 cpu and HD Graphics 4600 GPU.
Any progress on a solution?