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Topic Title: DPI 15 and Disk Activity
Topic Summary: DPI Raises Disk Active Time to 100%
Created On: 05/17/2022 01:16 AM
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 DPI 15 and Disk Activity   - Todd - 05/17/2022 01:16 AM  
 DPI 15 and Disk Activity   - Mav - 05/17/2022 01:51 AM  
 DPI 15 and Disk Activity   - Todd - 05/20/2022 01:05 AM  
 DPI 15 and Disk Activity   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/17/2022 11:43 AM  
 DPI 15 and Disk Activity   - Stephan Kuepper - 05/20/2022 08:14 AM  
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Mav
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You could try identifying the file(s) Dragon is accessing.

Start Task Manager, go to the Performance tab and click on "Open ressource monitor" at the bottom.

In Ressource monitor, go to the "Disk" (or Drive or Volume, don't have an english Windows at hand so I can't tell you the exact word) tab and you can see which processes are accessing which files.

 

A while ago I had a case where Dragon would write hundreds of MB of log files, perhaps it's something similar with your client...

 

hth

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 05/20/2022 01:05 AM
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Originally posted by: Mav You could try identifying the file(s) Dragon is accessing.

 

Start Task Manager, go to the Performance tab and click on "Open ressource monitor" at the bottom....

 

Mav,

 

I appreciate the suggestion and will give it a try.



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