Windows 10: High CPU Usage When Gaming DVR Is Enabled.

Discus and support High CPU Usage When Gaming DVR Is Enabled. in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; After update 1903 I find a major bug.When Gaming Dvr is on it always usage CPU and when turn off it does not using CPU.I update also two cummulative... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by RIAJULRIDOY, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. High CPU Usage When Gaming DVR Is Enabled.


    After update 1903 I find a major bug.When Gaming Dvr is on it always usage CPU and when turn off it does not using CPU.I update also two cummulative update but the problem not fixed.I also report this bug to microsoft but no reponse.Please check your pc and reply your pc is facing same problem.Here the links of screenshot- https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JIgunD8yh1Njc3NAGOXR_GWkF92e6Lto?usp=sharing


    ***Changed Original Title From: Major Bug after update 1903 version***

    ***Moved From: Windows 10/Windows update, recovery, & backup***

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    RIAJULRIDOY, Jun 13, 2019
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  2. high cpu usage

    After downloading windows 10, anytime I run any programs, I get high CPU usage. It does not matter whether it is google chrome, task manager, playing games, whatever. Anything seems to spike the CPU usage. I have already run malwarbytes and my antivirus
    programs and find no viruses. Any suggestions? Thanks.
     
    JanMcCoy_827, Jun 13, 2019
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  3. Mithin_EJ Win User
    Windows 10 game DVR has high contrast.

    Hi Avinash,



    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.



    If you are signed into an Xbox account in Windows 10 you can stop Xbox DVR from running by opening the Xbox app.

    I recommend you to follow the methods given below.



    Method 1:



    • I suggest you to update the graphic drivers of the computer and check if it helps.

      Refer to this
      Link
      , to update the drivers.


    Method 2:



    • Open Settings
    • Click on Gaming
    • Click on Game DVR
    • Under the “Recorded audio,” use
      Audio quality drop-down and select 192kbps
    • Under “Recorded Video,” select the
      60FPS Option
    • On “Video quality” select
      High



    Once you complete the steps, Game DVR will record game in at 60 FPS with up yo 1080p resolution depending on the game.





    Hope it helps.



    Mithin EJ

    Microsoft Community - Moderator
     
    Mithin_EJ, Jun 13, 2019
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  4. GaMaVR Win User

    High CPU Usage When Gaming DVR Is Enabled.

    Force enable Game DVR

    I have read through all articles detailing that Game DVR isn't working even though my video card is part of the supported list. In the meantime until it gets fixed, is there a way to FORCE enable recording of clips with Game DVR. Realistically, this
    option should be up to the user, not the software, albeit with a warning message. LIMITATIONS!
     
    GaMaVR, Jun 13, 2019
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