Originally Posted by InsaneMatt
As a comparison? And how does responding like that help you?
Anyway, do you have anything running in the background which may require a lot of RAM?
Perhaps something (such as drivers) is malfunctioning and thus using up loads of RAM?
A comparison isn't going to solve my problem. That's the point.
And, nope, nothing I am running uses much RAM. I'm not sure if drivers are causing the problem, as I don't know how to check which is causing the problem.
edit: I don't think they add up, but I've killed most of them once, and it doesn't make much of a difference.