Posted 23 August 2010 - 08:43 PM
I've already posted a thread in the Malware Removal forum and they couldn't find anything. So I'm trying here. For a few months, I have scanned and cleaned files and software (according to Bleeping Computer recommendations), and have not been able to find a solution.
I'm using Vista Home Premium (SP2) x64bit, with Intel Core2 Quad @ 2.5ghz, and 4gb RAM.
The issue is this: When I boot my pc, things are fine and RAM is at a minimal level. However, when I leave my pc on for a few days, I notice my RAM has increased to about 70-80%. If I continue to leave the pc on for a few more days and start to use applications, RAM can get up to 90% or higher.
Rebooting the pc is the only (temporary) fix I have found so far. Although, if I shut down when the pc is at around 90%, the boot up takes a bit longer. At the 80%+ mark, the computer is very laggy.
Please advise, thanks.