|22 Dec 2010||#11|
Hi Mr. Lee,
I think you've got a couple things going on: one we can fix, the other, only a credit card can fix.
First the spikes. There are two ways you can try and fix the audiodg problem, I recommend Pinstripe's fix; it worked wonders for me and many others:
Leave the multimedia class scheduler service running, but disable its network throttling "feature":
If that doesn't work, then you can try this: Fix: Audiodg.exe High CPU Usage
However, there's going to be a limit to just how "fixed" you can get. Bad Company 2, as I'm sure you're well aware, is a cpu hog. The difference between a dual core and a quad is night and day. Secondly, the 4500 series are budget to mid-range at best. We can't expect great performance out of these cards, so your best bet is to turn down settings. As I understand things, CoH is pretty cpu intense too... I don't have it so I don't know for sure, but I hear it.
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|08 Jan 2011||#16|
Am not great with the hardware and software with computers but I checked event viewer straight after I had a problem. The problems seems to be a Event 37, Kernel-Processor-Power, last time I had a kernel issue I had to reformat so that is the backup plan if all else fails. Hopefully this will help you find the main issue behind my why laptop fails at every game I plays.
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