System interrupts - fresh install problem (Stop if disable Audio contr

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    System interrupts - fresh install problem (Stop if disable Audio contr


    at first, sorry for my english.

    I noticed this problem after my WIN 10 was ugpraded to the latest "Creators update". I though it should be caused by this update, so i reverted back - but the problem is still the same. So after many hours of trying new drivers etc i decided i will make a fresh install of WIN 10 and BUM! The proccess is still here and running.The proccess is "System interrupts" and it is running 24/7 and it load my CPU usage up to 12%... and my gaming performence is very poor, example in the League of Legends where i niteced that something is not okey.

    CPU USAGE of the running proccess


    I found, if i disable High definiton audio CONTROLLER (Which shares the same IRQ as Intel IO) the problem is gone.

    What it should be? I tried uninstall the audio drivers, but windows install it back after 1st reboot (Yes i disabled auto upgrade of drivers in settings). Is it the Motherboard problem. Do I claim a laptop?

    Thanks for your help i need my laptop ASAP in the normal state ...
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    You can change conflicting IRQs.

    Taking a system's image or at least creating a restore point is recommended.

    Writing down the settings before changing them is also a good idea.

    To proceed (You are now on your own )
    Open the Device Manager
    In the Device Manager window: View / Resources by type
    Expand the IRQ tree
    In the list, r-click on the appropriate element and click on Properties.
    In the Properties window click on the Resources tab.
    Untick Use automatic settings
    Click on Change Setting
    Change IRQ settings ensuring you don't create another conflict.
    Press OK when done.
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