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Old 08. Apr 2015, 10:27 PM   #25 (permalink)
Joe A.TT
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If your screenshots were taken during the freeze and not before or after the freeze, then I suppose we'll work with them. Let's concentrate on the process that's using the most RAM - that would be the PID 376. During a freeze, and when it is using the most RAM, see if you can right-click on it and select "Go to Service(s). The highlighted services would be the ones that are active under that PID. Make a note of these services. Maybe you can take some pictures too. Let me know what these services are.
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