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Omega chipset drivers cause high CPU usage in Interrupts

Question asked by tsherr on May 29, 2015

Hi All,

   I've seen this on several computers, both towers and laptops - all Windows 7.  I install the latest Omega chipset drivers, and the CPU usage on reboot climbs to between 30 and 60%, all of which is attributed to "Interrupts" by Process Explorer.  Rolling back the SATA controller drivers fixes the problem, but I've found that the new SATA drivers give better performance, so I'd like to find a fix for this.  Any ideas?