Audiodg.exe - high CPU usage on AO751h

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  1. konradfgh

    konradfgh

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    Hi,
    When i'm listening to music on my netbook, a system is much slower. I checked it and i saw that process "audiodg.exe" takes more than 20 % of CPU (Realtek drivers, updating to the greatest didn't help) when i have Equalizer and normalization turned on. When i disable all enhancements , audiodg.exe is using only up to 2 % CPU.I know what this process does, but i think it shouldn't take too much CPU.
    I have also Creative Sound Blaster Surround 5.1 (USB) sound card , and there is the same situation.
    My question is : Do you have this issue to on your 751h?

    Thanks
     
    konradfgh, Feb 15, 2010
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  2. konradfgh

    Pytheas

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    If you are using windows 7, you can right click on the process "audiodg.exe" and try to set it to lower priority, so that it will not slow down your system.
    I don't know if this will help but I hope so!
     
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  3. konradfgh

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    When i trying to change priority to low , is shows: Operation can't be finished. Acces denied .(Windows 7)
    There is one more thing :When i have all enhancements turned on and when I turn netbook into "sleep" and then wake up and then open music file , audiodg.exe uses only 2-4 % of CPU.

    EDIT: Changed priority, but didn't help.
     
    konradfgh, Feb 15, 2010
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  4. konradfgh

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    Does anybody has this problem(high Audiodg.exe CPU usage)? I just want to know. Sorry for repost .
     
    konradfgh, Feb 16, 2010
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  5. konradfgh

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    Problem solved! I changed battery options to High Performance :) Audiodg.exe takes 3-4 % .
     
    konradfgh, Feb 16, 2010
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    That's really helpful to know. Thank you for sharing the tip with us!
     
    Pytheas, Feb 16, 2010
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