I recently upgraded my PC; new mobo, cpu and ram, and reinstalled windows 7 x64 pro. And I've noticed that when gaming, the audiodg.exe file has been leaking memory, inflating up to sizes over 1Gb.
I found this: A memory leak issue occurs in the Audiodg.exe process when you play audio on a computer that is running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008
And downloaded the hotfix and applied it, but that's not helped, I spent a couple of hours playing CS:Source this evening and its just hit 1Gb of memory. Ending the task is a temporary solution, it closes the file which then reopens soon after back at a nice small size, but it soon inflates again with use.
Obviously something's not right, but I'm not sure what. My sound card is a creative X-Fi Xtreme gamer, running the latest (2.18.0015) drivers... Anyone know other fixes for this?