em3rald Posted September 24, 2010 Share Posted September 24, 2010 First up, I have no error logs or anything of any use for backing up this problem, but I figured I would post about it anyway - just in case someone else has a similar issue.Hardware/Software setupRunning client 1.2.2 on a Vista machine for use with World of Warcraft.MSI GT735 LaptopAlso running concurrently: Opera internet browser 10.62, AVG AntivirusDescription of problemComputer has been running for >2 days uninterrupted with Mumble running non-stop. Have logged in and out of World of Warcraft many times, and alt-tabbed to Opera a few times during that time. Also during that period, VLC media player was run a few times. After some time, World of Warcraft was experiencing some very distinct graphical lag, and I first suspected there was an overheating problem. After taking steps to ensure the heat sinks were cool and installing a motherboard/cpu temperature monitor, I was satisfied that temperature was not the culprit. I then suspected malware activity, and after doing various scans and shutting down suspect services/applications, the problem persisted. In fact, sluggishness was becoming quite apparent even doing basic activities. Eventually, I noticed that under the Processes tab of Windows Task Manager, Mumble was still there and using >20% of one of my processor cores, spiking to 100% at random. The Mumble icon was no longer visible by the clock (it had been earlier, but vanished some time during my sleuthing). After killing the Mumble process, all sluggishness disappeared.I realize this doesn't necessarily help find a specific problem to be fixed, but I thought perhaps someone would be interested in this development. I will endeavor to pay close attention in the future to any problems similar to this one, and hopefully capture some debugging info that will be of assistance.Cheers! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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