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Windows 7: How to Find a Memory Leak

09 Sep 2013   #1
Cyberwolf73

XP Pro 64 bit system 7 Pro 64 bit, Linux ubuntu
 
 
How to Find a Memory Leak

Hello In the past few Months I have been setting up PCs for for customers and random one I will get a PC the is hold memory in use no free or in standby available after a few days of running a restart fixes it. the PC spec is Dell optiplex 3010 OS 7 Profess 64 bit 4gb of ram no virus or malware teamviewer7 for remote support . running one program 24 /7 that is it I have look at Task manger but nothing stand out . any one have a ideas


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09 Sep 2013   #2
LMiller7

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Monitor the "Commit size" column of processes in Task Manager. This column is not shown by default so you will need to add it manually. If the cause is a process (it may not be) this will locate it. The memory usage isn't particularly useful for finding memory leaks.
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09 Sep 2013   #3
Cyberwolf73

XP Pro 64 bit system 7 Pro 64 bit, Linux ubuntu
 
 

Yes I have done this as well I have also added PID column this had been little help Sorry for not putting that in my first post
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