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

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MagicAndre1981

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I try to disconnect the camera, let's see if it fixes!
 

 

 

what happened? Does this fixes the issue?


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I try to disconnect the camera, let's see if it fixes!
 

 

 

what happened? Does this fixes the issue?

 

 

Hello,
I tried to unplug the camera and effectively the problem is gone.
Since then the computer works perfectly.
No way to solve it? the camera is faulty? or the cable damaged?
O can also be a problem of windows? or pci card? or driver?
How can I resolve the enigma?

Edited by Lottware, Yesterday, 07:01 AM.


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Have you installed any drivers for the camera? If yes, contact support for newer drivers.


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