Windows 10: Sudden Audio Stuttering from System Interrupts and Device Graph spikes

  1.    04 Apr 2016 #1

    Sudden Audio Stuttering from System Interrupts and Device Graph spikes

    Hello everyone,
    From a couple of days ago I had some audio stuttering from sudden spikes of activity from
    "Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation"
    "System interrupts"
    Problems usually appear after my computer has worked for a while with Chrome active and some resource intensive(consuming) program at the same time.

    I tried to install new Realtek drivers(​build 7779 ) and to disable audio enhancements, but it didn't help.
    Restarting computer helps for a bit.
    The only new noteworthy things to happen to my computer were the latest Windows 10 cumulative update, flash update and maybe chrome and firefox updates.

    I'm less inclined to believe that it's a hardware problem, I suspect some software or driver conflict.
    Any advices?
    Last edited by MilkChocolate; 05 Apr 2016 at 10:10.
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