locked Re: issues with memory, dell computer, and real tech sound drivers?
This topic is not, in any meaningful way, NVDA-related. You report that it occurs regardless of the screen reader in use.
There have been several recent topics on the Windows 10 for Screen Readers group in relation to Dell hardware, including:
and another on this group, now locked, because it became clear this is not an NVDA issue: RAM Problem with Dell computers that have Realtek HD Audio Driver, and NVDA or JAWS (20 messages).
This is an issue that, ultimately, only Dell can solve. Realtek is used so widely across manufacturers, including the same sound cards, that if it were a Realtek problem it should be occurring much more often than it is.
This topic is now locked. Any further discussion of this topic should occur on the Chat Subgroup or elsewhere.
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