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Memory leaks are caused by a multitude of problems ranging from the operating system itself, to third party software and drivers, and in some cases, specific combinations of applications. As a stop gap measure, you may want to try using an automated memory recovery application such as MemTurbo ( www.memturbo.com) This application will automatically recover RAM at predetermined alarm levels, or periods of time and works well on Windows 2000 Server. For additional information on troubleshooting memory leaks, check out the resources at http://labmice.techtarget.com/troubleshooting/memoryleaks.htm
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