Looping sound hard lock on login screen

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Craftyman, May 25, 2012.

  1. Craftyman

    Craftyman New Member

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    Today a little problem cropped up as I tried to watch a youtube video. As soon as I go to open it I got a sound loop crash (sounded like buzzing) and when I went to login it would crash on the windows 7 'jingle' at the login screen. This started happening the restart after I did a windows update, specifically KB982018, KB2532531, KB2529073, KB2675157 and KB2505438. I also used a TCP optimizer and ran this batch file to further optimize my internet connection beforehand:
    Code:
    :: (c) Speed Guide, Inc. - http://www.speedguide.net:: Use at your own risk. No warranty express or implied.
    :: Permission granted to copy, distribute and modify, provided 
    :: this message is not removed.
    CLS
    @ECHO OFF
    ECHO  *** SpeedGuide.net Vista TCP/IP patch v1.5 2010-01-24 ***
    ECHO.
    ECHO  This Patch optimizes Windows 7, 2008 Server and Vista
    ECHO  TCP/IP settings for broadband.
    ECHO  Use at your own risk. No warranty express or implied.
    ECHO.
    ECHO  ------------------------------------------
    ECHO  Type "y" to optimize Vista TCP/IP settings
    ECHO  Type "q" to disable QoS reserved bandwidth
    ECHO  Type "d" to revert to Vista default values
    ECHO  Type "n" to cancell patch and exit
    ECHO  ------------------------------------------
    :LOOP
    SET /P choice1= Type y,n,q, or d, and press ENTER:   
    IF /I "%choice1%"=="Y" GOTO TWEAK
    IF /I "%choice1%"=="Q" GOTO QOS
    IF /I "%choice1%"=="D" GOTO DEFAULT
    IF /I "%choice1%"=="N" GOTO CANCEL
    :: ELSE
    GOTO LOOP
    
    
    :TWEAK
    @ECHO ON
    netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled
    netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled
    netsh int tcp set global chimney=enabled
    netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
    netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=ctcp
    netsh int tcp set global ecncapability=disabled
    netsh int tcp set global timestamps=disabled
    @ECHO OFF
    cd %temp%
    ECHO > SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00  
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters] 
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "DefaultTTL"=dword:00000040
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "EnableTCPA"=dword:00000001
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "Tcp1323Opts"=dword:00000001
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "TCPMaxDataRetransmissions"=dword:00000007
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "TCPTimedWaitDelay"=dword:0000001e
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "SynAttackProtect"=dword:00000001
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "EnableDCA"=dword:00000001
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\ServiceProvider]
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "LocalPriority"=dword:00000004
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "HostsPriority"=dword:00000005
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "DnsPriority"=dword:00000006
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "NetbtPriority"=dword:00000007
    regedit /s SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg
    del SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg
    CLS
    ECHO  * PATCH SUCCESFULLY APPLIED - PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT *
    GOTO SUCCESS
    
    
    :QOS
    @ECHO OFF
    cd %temp%
    ECHO > SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00  
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Psched] 
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg "NonBestEffortLimit"=dword:00000000
    regedit /s SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg
    del SG_Vista_TcpIp_Patch.reg
    CLS
    ECHO  * QOS PATCH SUCCESFULLY APPLIED - PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT *
    ECHO.
    ECHO  * Visit SpeedGuide.net for more broadband info and tweaks *
    ECHO.
    @PAUSE
    EXIT
    
    
    :DEFAULT
    @ECHO ON
    netsh int tcp set heuristics default
    netsh int tcp set global rss=default
    netsh int tcp set global chimney=default
    netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
    netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=default
    netsh int tcp set global ecncapability=default
    netsh int tcp set global timestamps=default
    @ECHO OFF
    cd %temp%
    ECHO > SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00  
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters] 
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "DefaultTTL"=-
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "EnableTCPA"=-
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "Tcp1323Opts"=dword:00000000
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "TCPMaxDataRetransmissions"=dword:000000ff
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "TCPTimedWaitDelay"=dword:ffffffff
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "SynAttackProtect"=-
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "EnableDCA"=-
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\ServiceProvider]
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "LocalPriority"=dword:000001f3
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "HostsPriority"=dword:000001f4
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "DnsPriority"=dword:000007d0
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "NetbtPriority"=dword:000007d1
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Psched] 
    ECHO >> SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg "NonBestEffortLimit"=-
    regedit /s SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg
    del SG_Vista_TcpIp_Default.reg
    CLS
    ECHO  * VISTA/7 DEFAULT VALUES SUCCESFULLY APPLIED - PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT *
    GOTO SUCCESS
    
    
    :SUCCESS
    netsh int tcp show global
    ECHO.
    ECHO  * Visit SpeedGuide.net for more broadband info and tweaks *
    ECHO.
    @PAUSE
    EXIT
     
    :CANCEL
    CLS 
    ECHO   * PATCH CANCELLED BY USER - PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT *
    ECHO.
    ECHO   * Visit SpeedGuide.net for more broadband info and tweaks *
    ECHO.
    @PAUSE
    EXIT
    I have since reverted the changes made by the TCP optimizer and that batch file by manually changing the settings back on the optimizer and using the built in reverter in the batch file, with no change for the better. I'll try uninstalling the windows updates one by one now. Any help is appreciated and thanks in advance.
     
  2. Adamsappleone

    Adamsappleone U.S.Navy D.A.V.

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    Hello Craftyman, [​IMG] to Windows 7 Forums,

    It may be a little quicker and to be sure all remnants of the batch file and those recent updates are gone, to do a "System Restore"

    Hope this helps
    Don
     

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