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I’ve noticed a process that is always active called “System Interrupts,” in this moment, it consumes in average 1.5% of CPU.

I’ve searched everywhere, but I have not found anything about this process.

Don’t go to Dell’s site or try to update the driver from within Windows.

If your computer has a line in or digital audio in port, you may want to disable it if you are no longer using it.

I’ve found people who have the process consuming extremely high values of CPU, which is not my case. Will it be active all the time, consuming (even) a minimal part of CPU?

"System interrupts" is not a process in the traditional sense, but is present to try to explain to the user that the computer is spending 1.5% of its CPU resources processing interrupt requests.

In this article, I’m going to try and go through all the possible solutions to fix the audio static on your Windows 7 machine.

You can disable it by right-clicking on the volume icon in the taskbar, choosing Recording Devices and then disabling the S/PDIF In or any other Line In port.

This interruption is temporary, and, after the interrupt handler finishes, the processor resumes normal activities. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).

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Depending on your system, there could be a high latency affecting performance and thereby causing serious audio problems.

There is a cool program called DPC Latency Checker that monitors your computer’s performance in real time.

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