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Actually, it's not memory use that is important here but CPU use. In your other post you said that the CPU use jumps up to 93%. I would guess that there is one process that is using all this CPU. If we could isolate which process this is it would probably go some way towards isolating the problem.
When I open task manager (note: I don't realy know what it is I'm looking for) the items taking up the most memory are explorer.exe, svchost.exe, cfd.exe, and firefox.exe in that order. explorer is using somewhere around 27,000k and svchost is right behind. Please keep in mind that these numbers are when the computer is being managable. When the usage spikes, the entire computer stops. I can't get a good read because processes stop updating on the screen and the cpu usage freezes as well. And by the time the cpu resolves itself, I miss the numbers.
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