3) Type in the following command and then hit Enter.
net.exe stop superfetch
4) Now see if the problem continues. If the problem persists, please try the methods that follow. Step Three: Run SFC in Safe Mode 1) Hit Start button, then type msconfig in the search box. Then choose System Configuration from the list of choice.
2) Navigate to Boot category, then choose Safe boot > Minimal. Then click Apply and OK to save the change.
3) Now save an close your files and programs, choose Restart to go into Safe Mode. 4) When you restart into safe mode, you will see the word Safe Mode on the four corners of your desktop and your screen background will be all black. 5) Now press Windows key and X at the same time, then choose Command Prompt (Admin). 6) In the command prompt window, type in the following command and then hit Enter.
Then press Y key to give permission to the disk check the next time you start your computer.7) In the same window, type in the following command and then hit Enter.
DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /RestorehealthThe second command could take some time to finish. When it finishes, restart your computer into normal mode by reversing the procedure in 1) to 3). You will see that your computer go through a disk check before it restarts. The process should not take too long if your disks are problem free. Step Four: Run RAMMap If the memory still runs high after all the options above, please consider RAMMap, which is a diagnostic tool provided by Microsoft Sysinternals that is able to provide you with more advanced information that will help you take care of more complex problems. 1) Download RAMMap. 2) After the download, double click it to run the installation. 3) Lets’ first take a look at the Use Counts category. Hit Activate so the items will listed in the order of size. If you see item Process Private lists on top, that means most of your system’s RAM consumption is due to memory allocated by a single process. 4) Now let’s click Process tab on the top, and then click Private so you will have a better idea what program or programs are taking so much memory. 5) Open Task Manager, then go to Details tab. Locate the services that are hogging your system memory as per the result from RAMMap. Highlight that item and then choose End task. If you have more than one items, repeat the procedure until the memory usage goes back to normal again. 6) Let’s go back to Use Counts tab. This time, check to see if there is anything listed under column Bad. If things are okay with your system memory, you should not see anything listed here. But if you do, that means your RAM is failing and you need to run Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool to look for the exact cause.
7) Stay in Use Counts category, then check your Driver Locked item. If you spot a large increase here with no obvious explanation, that means there is some kind of driver problem in your computer.
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