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it might help to run the Memory Tool Provided By Miscrosft. the only time my pc went to he max memory was when i went to play a games on my pc. and thats arround 2GB and it normally stayed at 500Mb of memory.

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Sometimes something just isn't cleared from the memory/buffers.

I'd put the blame on the buffers in the CPU/Northbridge/Southbridge versus the RAM. RAM will lose it's data as soon as you stop refreshing it constantly while some of the chips on the board stay powered all the time. It's entirely possible something can get stuck in them in an inconsistent state (IE: something got messed up) and a simple shutdown/reboot won't clear them.

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Try removing the CMOS battery and putting it back in perhaps?

 

Not hardware related.

 

Anyway, at least we can see that Windows 7 has improved! :P

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