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BUG REPORT: Memory leak using latest drivers on Skylake

JGali5
New Contributor I
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Memory leak using HW decoding + system memory + latest driver 4530 (or previous 4501 driver) on Skylake sytems.

Please FIX.

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Anna_B_Intel
Employee
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Hi Joel,

The 4531 driver with the fix is coming soon.

Best wishes,

Anna 

JGali5
New Contributor I
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Tested today 4539 driver and memory leak is NOT fix:

I wonder if Intel knows what it means memory leak...  :(

MSchm21
Valued Contributor I
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Try 21.20.16.4534, it comes with a newer Media version than the 20.19.15.4539.

JGali5
New Contributor I
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 21.20.16.4534 download link?

MSchm21
Valued Contributor I
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For a 64 bit system? Here http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2016/10/20941655_8a1a7b4e909b99564...

Install it through device manager via "disc install"

JGali5
New Contributor I
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21.20.16.4534 Fixes memory leak

Thanks a lot

 

Stefano_B_1
Beginner
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I confirm that 21.20.16.4534 fixes the leak. But...

..we need to be able to run our app also if the MSDK installed has the leak, we can do that - we have a fallback - but we need to detect the faulty driver.

I see a user above told about 20.19.15.4539, at the beginning someone is talking about a 4530, I know that the 21.20.16.4505 is leaking too. Instead the 4463 is good, not sure about the 4501 cited in the first message...any suggestion on how to detect the leak at startup? something like a sample code? some parameter to check in the MSDK? maybe a subversion number? the availability of a function introduced (or removed)?

Thank you,

Stefano

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