increase of sys.cache causing system crash........possibly

August 31, 2012 at 21:18:38
Specs: Windows XP sp2 professional, intel dual core(1.8ghz)
help!!
in task mgr....in phy mem. thr is TOTAL,AVAILABLE,Sys.Cache....
when i,m running an application for 2 to 3 hrs....the sys cache gets increased....and keeps going on.....i hv 2 gb RAM....but in the mean time i see both sys.cache and available....are almost equal
then if i close that program what's running and start a new one.....the system freezes and ...a blue screen flashes...and it goes for a reboot.....
after the reboot....every application works normally untill that sys. cache is increased again...
it was not happening before i changed my mother board....that was LENOVO and now it's ASUS P5G41T...MLX
i don't know much abt this mem management....but if there's n e one who knows....please help...

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#1
September 1, 2012 at 05:15:04
It may be caused by malware on your system so I would run HijackThis and post it's report on the malware forum here: http://www.computing.net/forum/secu...

You can download the latest version of HijackThis from here: http://www.filehippo.com/download_h...

Don't attempt to "fix" anything yourself with HijackThis. Post it's report and wait for instructions on the malware forum.


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#2
September 1, 2012 at 07:45:48
The high value for the system cache is not the cause of the problem. It is a good thing that greatly contributes to performance.

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#3
September 1, 2012 at 09:41:20
i coudn't find any suspicious program either any malware or virus....in the log file....all of them are....jst application programs that r installed....
i hav 1 GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeFORCE 210 graphics card.....is there a conflict betn any other drivers or any thing like that???

that blue screen appears before the reboot....gives an error report after reboot of .mdmp file may be some memory dump....but i cant understand....wht's it..?


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