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MagicAndre1981

How to get the cause of high CPU usage by DPC / Interrupt

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in which folder have you run the command? Run the command prompt with admin rights and go to a folder like C:\temp and run the commands there.

@iRic

ok, contact your motherboard support for an updated BIOS. Disabling core parking is a workaround. If I where you I would like to use the feature.

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in which folder have you run the command? Run the command prompt with admin rights and go to a folder like C:\temp and run the commands there.

@iRic

ok, contact your motherboard support for an updated BIOS. Disabling core parking is a workaround. If I where you I would like to use the feature.

Well, that's the problem, the TBGM01 mobo is proper to Gateway(Acer) and the P01-A0 BIOS is AMI structure but modified by Gateway(Acer) so AMI can't suport it.

The updates available are the only ones. :S

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in which folder have you run the command? Run the command prompt with admin rights and go to a folder like C:\temp and run the commands there.

Hi Andre,

3 ETLS

The ETL files are stored in Windows/system32 folder. I have provided you 3 different etls:

- madVR video playback with RME audio card

- madVR video playback with Realtek audio card

- madVR video playback without any audio card enabled

8sec - 60sec interval ( mpc-hc playing large hd video file ).

If you need more etls, please let me know, I will be online throughout the weekend and beyond.

Danke im voraus :rolleyes:

Pluto

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Well, that's the problem, the TBGM01 mobo is proper to Gateway(Acer) and the P01-A0 BIOS is AMI structure but modified by Gateway(Acer) so AMI can't suport it.

The updates available are the only ones. :S

ok, contact Acer/Gateway and report them your issue and request that the issue gets fixed. CoreParking is an advanced feature of the Intel i CPU

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The ETL files are stored in Windows/system32 folder. I have provided you 3 different etls:

- madVR video playback with RME audio card

- madVR video playback with Realtek audio card

- madVR video playback without any audio card enabled

8sec - 60sec interval ( mpc-hc playing large hd video file ).

ok, I check it after reinstalling my Windows 7 with the Sp1 ISOs. Reply again and remind me if I have not answered the next 2 days.

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The ETL files are stored in Windows/system32 folder. I have provided you 3 different etls:

- madVR video playback with RME audio card

- madVR video playback with Realtek audio card

- madVR video playback without any audio card enabled

8sec - 60sec interval ( mpc-hc playing large hd video file ).

ok, I check it after reinstalling my Windows 7 with the Sp1 ISOs. Reply again and remind me if I have not answered the next 2 days.

Regarding SP1, I know thats already on MSDN. Do you recommend a install with format, or will be the SP1 installable as "upgrade"?

Thanks

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I always prefer the ISOs and a clean installation. The Sp1 installer doesn't update all drivers in the system32\drivers folder (USB, for example)

Also, the SCSI port issue maybe caused by this:

ntkrnlmp.exe!WritebackInvalidateWorker

How large is your pagefile? Which MPC-HC version do you use? Try the SSE2 version from here:

http://www.xvidvideo.ru/media-player-classic-home-cinema-x86-x64

Also, please run the next time the Log.cmd from the folder:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\GPUView

in verbose mode. Before doing this add ReadyThread+ThreadCreate to the EventsForStackTrace.txt

Upload the new etl files (1 without the GPU issues and one with the GPU issues.

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I always prefer the ISOs and a clean installation. The Sp1 installer doesn't update all drivers in the system32\drivers folder (USB, for example)

Also, the SCSI port issue maybe caused by this:

ntkrnlmp.exe!WritebackInvalidateWorker

How large is your pagefile? Which MPC-HC version do you use? Try the SSE2 version from here:

http://www.xvidvideo.ru/media-player-classic-home-cinema-x86-x64

Also, please run the next time the Log.cmd from the folder:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\GPUView

in verbose mode. Before doing this add ReadyThread+ThreadCreate to the EventsForStackTrace.txt

Upload the new etl files (1 without the GPU issues and one with the GPU issues.

Hi Andre,

- I use almost the latest MPC-HC everytime

- is there anything to improve on my page file settings? To remind, my video files have up to 50GB. And I have 6Gigs of RAM.

- to make sure, what you require in the last post:

1. My EventsForStackTrace.txt looks like this:

CSwitch+PagefaultHard

SyscallEnter

SyscallExit

Profile

ReadyThread+ThreadCreate

Should I simply add ReadyThread+ThreadCreate to the txt as written above?

- then I should start the computer in safe mode a run cmd.log. For what purpose?

- what do you mean new etl files - 1 without the GPU issues and one with the GPU issues ( which settings do I need to run? )

Thanks

Pluto

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you already have ReadyThread+ThreadCreate, so you don't need to add it.

with GPU issues I mean on with GPU rendering where you have the issue and one trace with CPU rendering where everything is fine.

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you already have ReadyThread+ThreadCreate, so you don't need to add it.

with GPU issues I mean on with GPU rendering where you have the issue and one trace with CPU rendering where everything is fine.

Hi Andre,

I havent had ReadyThread+ThreadCreate in the txt before, so I added it there, saved and then restarted in safe mode and run the log.cmd. Restarted in normal mode and recorded new etls. This time i have used different movie file, with a lower bitrate, but the differencies are noticable too.

You will find 4 new etls here.

Thanks for your help.

Pluto

PS: What about my pagefile settings, posted in the previous reply, is it ok?

Edited by Plutotype

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can you upload it to mediafire.com or Rapidshare.com? the download speed is extremely slow.

will upload to RS - will send you links today around 6pm (18.00)

Thanks for your patience

PS: Netload has issues during the business hours

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