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Nonpaged Pool RAM extremely high

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Hello. I've been trying to figure out some computer problems in the Malware removal forum and it was suggested that I post here, because I think the majority of my problems are stemming from my RAM.

The main problem that I haven't been able to figure out is why my 'Nonpaged Pool' ram usage is getting extremely high. When I reboot my computer and check before doing anything, my Nonpaged Pool starts at about 375MB of used RAM, and it will continue to increase as time goes on for no reason. Currently my RAM is at 2.5 gigs with no sign of decreasing, which apparently is very high. I haven't been able to find a solution to this problem and was hoping someone could provide some insight.

Thanks for any help in advance
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