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Dec 20, 12 at 6:00am
hiigaran


hmm, i just started my computer up and there was no audio. enabled this service again and i restarted.

wonder if there is anything i can do about this...

EDIT: alright, after reading through this, ive managed to safely disable the service without affecting audio. ill see what happens in a game later on tonight.



Dec 19, 12 at 4:13pm
walnuts


I haven't no, but I have heard of similar issues amongst other people across different games. It's essentially the service is struggling to know when the CPU is in use (such as playing a game) and when it's not, and thus is allocating resources inefficiently.

Let us know how you go with the videos. If you notice no difference, then you might be safe just to keep it disabled. If you do find a problem, then we'll have to find another solution.



Dec 19, 12 at 4:02pm
hiigaran


you got the same issue as well, then? ill let you know tomorrow if i see any difference.



Dec 19, 12 at 3:58pm
walnuts


quote hiigaran
so is this necessary or not? ive read that i shouldnt disable it, but so far i havent seen any problems. im trying to see if any of the services i have running might be affecting TF2, and my event log shows this particular service coinciding with the number of temporary lockups ive been having for a while with the game.
How's your video and audio playback once you've disabled it? This service looks after all that by optimising the available CPU space at any given point - could be conflicting with your TF2 and thus causing you grief. However, disabling it might affect your video and audio playback, so give that a test and let us know how it goes.



Dec 19, 12 at 3:50pm
hiigaran


so is this necessary or not? ive read that i shouldnt disable it, but so far i havent seen any problems. im trying to see if any of the services i have running might be affecting TF2, and my event log shows this particular service coinciding with the number of temporary lockups ive been having for a while with the game.



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