Alright I've had a real annoying problem lately. Up until recently; Audacity has been working fine with no problems. But a few days ago; it starts spiking up to 100% whenever I go into the window to open a file. I checked Audacity with Process Explorer and it appears that 4 instances of "ntdll.dll!TpCallbackIndependent=0x238" are using up all my CPU. My CPU has 4 cores and each instance uses 25% of my CPU.
What I've tried so far is scanning my PC with Malware Bytes and Spybot S&D; but that hasn't fixed it. I've also tried scanning the ntdll.dll file; but it always comes up as clean.
I'm at a loss at why this is happening.
CPU: i5 firstname.lastname@example.org(4 cores)
OS: Windows 7
So how could I fix this?