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Power does not make perfect :)

by michhala / February 1, 2011 3:36 PM PST

I was quietly playing Solitaire, when NIS 2011 Insight Protection popped up a message naming Audiodg.exe and letting me know CPU usage was at least the very least, my heartbeat must have increased more than 89%. Disappointed I am!!.... I was sure my powerful computer would rise above such messages Happy

XPS 8100 64-bit
Intel Core i7-870processor (8MB Cache, 2.93GHz)
8G Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1333MHz-4 DIMMs

Too many processes running in Task Manager, I suppose -- I might have to give up Solitaire Sad


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Thank you, Kees.....
by michhala / February 1, 2011 4:57 PM PST
In reply to: Re: audiodg.exe

That's the best link on the subject I have seen. Sadly, my computer has none of the enhancements checked, so the fix mentioned does not apply to my computer Sad


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Re: disabling.
by Kees_B Forum moderator / February 1, 2011 5:38 PM PST
In reply to: Thank you, Kees.....

Maybe still the "disable all" checkbox is available, even if there are none.

Otherwise, try the hard way (but keep it reversible, so you can go back!):
1. Disable services related to your sound card (remember the setting: manual or automatic)
2. Rename the audiodg.exe program (maybe you need to boot into Safe Mode to do that; undoing by renaming it back is easy)


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