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Memory Leak?

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So, i have been having this problem for about two weeks now and im starting to get annoyed with it. So, lets say i just turn on my computer and log in. After that i do nothing and just let it sit. When i come back in about 2-3 hours and pull up the task manager and go to processes my pf usage wll be off the scale. I have 1.5g of ram three sticks of 512 ram and one sticks of 256 ram. This problem also occurs when im on the computer, ill be on for a few hours and the pf will slowly start rising. I dont know why or even if this is the reason but, if anyone can help that would be great.
 
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You might want to try this , or you could try to disable the pagefile.
 
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Check what programs you are running in the back ground and see which one keeps rising.

That's the problem program and it should be patched. Or it could be a virus made just to leech RAM and it should be removed.

NoPeace - out
 
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In the meantime if that doesnt seem to work... try running RAMIdle from run a search for RAMIdle and use it. If you ever have a problem in a gaming environment where the computer starts slowing down over time.. its usually because of those memory leaks, RAMIdle can help clear up the problem while its being fixed by offloading any extra data being used/stored. And of course trying to remove the program is a big one as well to do ;)
 
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