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12 Feb 2009  

Windows Seven 7000 Beta

This file/process used to cause problems in Vista too for some people. It is basically the new audio engine/manager of Windows Vista and now 7. You are experiencing a memory leak that over time, as more applications produce sound, becomes a resource hog and brings down your computer and sound performance. It is similar to how my Alienware AlienFusion Power Management works under Windows 7. I had to disable it. In your case you cant disable audiodg.exe without losing sound, so my best guess is it is a driver issue. Youll have to keep restarting or be patient with Creative (They never have supported Vista properly, let's see if they support 7 better) Do you have integrated audio? Try to use that instead for now if you do.
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