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No, That would explain why it was not in my startup aps.
On 5/28/2021 2:34 PM, Richard Turner
Do you have a Del?
It’s Waves Max Audio:
Waves MaxxAudio Pro Application |
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"The highest reward for
a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they
become by it."
- John Ruskin, 1819-1900
There is no WaveMax Audio on my system. a Google search
shows WaveMax as a laundry service or a digital audio editing
or production program.
On 5/28/2021 12:23 PM, James Homuth
It’s supposed to be an audio enhancement
service. Presumably it adjusts your settings depending on
what type of headphones you’re wearing. I find it doesn’t
make much difference and only eats memory.
What is WaveMax used for and what will happen if I disable
On 5/28/2021 11:32 AM, James Homuth
I had the same problem with an XPS
8940. It’s not JAWS. Go into your startup apps, and
disable WaveMax audio. Restart your computer. $20 says you
don’t have memory problems anymore.
Okay I have been running the latest
version of JAWS 2021 since this started in February, so I
am on my third update. I have a new Dell XPS that keeps
running out of memory. The amount of ram, 32 GB,
definitely isn’t the problem. I’ve chased memory leaks
down in all of the normal ways, and I can’t find anything.
I have reinstalled windows twice at this point.
Has anyone seen issues of a memory leak with JAWS? As I
said in the subject line I’m grasping at straws, and I
doubt it’s the problem, but I figured it didn’t hurt to