Windows 10: windows audio graph isolation

Discus and support windows audio graph isolation in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; i turn off max pro enhancers they come back on again while windows audio graph isolation causes my cpu to go up nd revs up the fan making awful noise,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Susan.Hout, Dec 13, 2019.

  1. windows audio graph isolation


    i turn off max pro enhancers they come back on again while windows audio graph isolation causes my cpu to go up nd revs up the fan making awful noise, I have heard many other complaints and tried everything to get this to stop[, when I am playing firestorm and in the second life game while trying to do any thing in the game, it is so annoying I could scream, the cpu gets hot I open task manager and monitor it, sure enough the windows audio graph isolation is at the top under firestorm and causing it every time, I have even turned off the mic and unchecked everything in the enhancers and blocked the sl voice plug in and still the windows audio graph isolation is the culprit, NOW I have one final question left, because it is obvious that windows using that graph is trying to burn up my computer, it get so hot and noisy it has to be doing damage, so I am asking if Microsoft is going to buy me a new computer or fix it? HUH?

    :)
     
    Susan.Hout, Dec 13, 2019
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  2. David Haz Win User

    Windows audio device graph isolation problem

    Hello,

    Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation is an official part of Windows and serves as the primary audio engine in Windows 10. It handles the audio enhancement effects provided by Windows. If you are using any enhancements, we suggest that you disable them and
    see if the sounds stops. You may disable your enhancements by following the steps below:

    • Right-click the Volume icon in the Taskbar.
    • Click Sounds.
    • From the Sound window, click the Playback tab, then select the device that you suspect is causing the issue.
    • Click Properties.
    • On the Enhancements tab, click the Disable all enhancements checkbox.
    • Click OK.
     
    David Haz, Dec 13, 2019
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  3. Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation High CPU

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting your question in the Microsoft Community Forums.

    I appreciate the efforts taken by you in troubleshooting this issue. The details provided helps us to avoid repeating the steps.

    I can understand the situation must be different for you when the Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation doesn't work as it should.

    Windows uses the process Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation as its main component of Windows audio engine. It helps Windows in sound enhancement process. Windows Driver Developer uses Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation to insert their Audio effect
    to enhance the sound quality.

    Please answer these questions to get clarity on this issue:

    1. Are you aware of any changes made to the PC prior to this issue?
    2. Have you installed all the pending updates on the PC?
    3. Which security software did you use to perform the virus scan on the PC?

    However, let us follow these methods and check if that helps.

    Method 1: Let us now follow these steps to uninstall the audio driver completely.

    1. Go to control panel and open device manager. Or press Windows + R key at same time to open Run and type devmgmt.msc.
    2. Click on “Sound, video and game controllers” in device manager.
    3. Right click on a sound card and then click on properties.
    4. Click on the Driver tab.
    5. Click on the Uninstall Driver button.
    6. A dialog box will ask you to confirm the action. Check the option
      Delete the driver software for this device. Click on OK.
    7. Once done, click on View and select Devices by connection on the Device manager.
    8. Expand ACPI x64 based PC.
    9. Expand PCI Express Root complex and right-click on Intel Smart Sound technology Audio controller and uninstall the device.
    10. Make sure to delete the driver if prompted during the uninstall process.
    11. Once done, click on Action and Scan for hardware changes twice in the device manager.
    12. Close Device Manager.
    •Open Settings from the Windows menu.

    •Click on Update and Security and check for updates to get the new audio driver for your computer.

    Method 2: Sometimes answering or calling on
    Skype might be the reason of Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation to use 100% disk. This will happen when you are using the Skype app. To resolve it. You need to reinstall it with the updated version in your Windows 10 PC. You can do that from
    the Microsoft Store.

    We look forward to your response.

    Regards,

    Srimadhwa B

    Microsoft Community-Moderator
     
    Srimadhwa_B, Dec 13, 2019
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  4. windows audio graph isolation

    Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation

    The last month or so, my Windows Audion Device Graph Isolation consistently takes up between 20%-70% of my RAM at any given time, even when I'm not playing audio. I know that this shouldn't even be the case when I'm playing audio. The other methods listed
    in other community posts that I have read have not worked for mine and I am looking to get this fixed as soon as possible. What can I do to fix this problem?
     
    EricBrown07, Dec 13, 2019
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