Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation Using Too much CPU


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While playing some games, I noticed a lot of lags. When I checked Task Manager, the Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation was using around 30% of the CPU. So I googled a bit and found that disabling the Audio Enchancements seems to solve the issue. But in my laptop, the Audio Enhancements tab is missing from Audio Devices. There is a software called Waves Maxx Audio which allows various Sound Settings, but even after turning all customizations off in it, the issue doesnt seem to be solved. I just want to lower the CPU Usage by the WADGI (Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation). What can I do ?


I am using a Dell Inspiron 3567. (Intel Core i5-7200U, AMD Radeon R5 M330 Graphics, 8GB DDR4, Windows 10 Home 64bit 1803)
 
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Hi Nikketan,

have you tried removing the app Waves Maxx Audio and then rebooting to see if it affects your audio?. ;););)
 
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Hi Nikketan,

have you tried removing the app Waves Maxx Audio and then rebooting to see if it affects your audio?. ;););)
I also thought about that, but the Waves Maxx Audio isn't listed in Unistall Programs in Control Panel and also in Apps in Windows settings.
 
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Does the package have another name????. ;) Is it part of your OEM software on your computer?. :):):)
 

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