what should system process 'SYSTEM' read?

Microsoft Windows xp home edition with s...
July 2, 2010 at 08:39:54
Specs: Windows XP
My process 'SYSTEM' in task manager reads 99,000 K and its slowing my computer right down, why does it read that? it should be about 200 K right? are there any fixes?
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July 2, 2010 at 08:52:56
That's no problem. Mine usually reads appx. 93,000K and a CPU reading of 00


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July 2, 2010 at 09:08:21
There is no "right" value for the memory usage of the SYSTEM process. In some contexts 99,000 KB will be completely normal. A value of 200 KB is very low and would occur only in the event of very heavy memory pressure.

The memory usage of all processes, both user and system, is highly dynamic. The memory usage of the SYSTEM process will vary greatly depending on what the computer is doing and how much memory is available. A variation of over an order of magnitude is completely normal.

Your computer may be having problems but this is unlikely to be the cause.

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