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Windows XP, Commit Charge Issue

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Hi guys,

I'm having problems with Commit charge issues, since yesterday there are moments when the commit charge takes a random upwards "charge" and almost reaches the commit charge limit. I think its down to one of the Svchost.exe which often reaches over 100,000k on these "charges" and whenever i terminate the process the commit charge returns to normal. If i don't the computer grinds to a standstill.

Any help? I'll Attach some screenshots.

Here is the normal ones:
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Here are the every 10 minute "charges":
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Edited by Gozatron, 02 May 2010 - 03:15 AM.

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how much ram do you have installed...
how big is your page/swap file
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