Thursday, February 18, 2010

Another reason not to use voice

A couple of times today I've been on and found that voice was enabled. Going over to a shell window and running "top" showed that SLVoice was eating all the CPU cycles on one processor core. I disabled voice... and SLVoice was still running. I exited the SL client... and SLVoice was still running, and now using up almost all the CPU cycles on both processor cores. kill -9, and away it went. Good riddance.

The SL client uses enough of my computer already.


Danball Tureaud said...

Odd, that doesn't happen on my computer.

Melissa Yeuxdoux said...

Are you running 64-bit?

Danball Tureaud said...

Yes, I am running 64bit Windows 7