Recently, a Problem was discovered on Microsoft Support Communities (MS) Discussion Forums regarding the Task Manager memory graph changes in Windows Vista. We have noticed and confirm the issue on a virtual machine running on Windows XP Service Pack 2 without any error messages or system crashes while playing a video game. After researching the problem and to my surprise this issue is not isolated to one particular OS version, this issue is common with all. A user reported to me that it caused their computer to lock up while running a program in the Task Manager. They have several reasons for the problem, but we will leave the discussion open until the issue is resolved. In this article I will explain how we have fixed the problem on a virtual machine running on Windows XP Service Pack 2 to find out if we can replicate the problem. We have confirmed that the problem is a result of a corrupted Task Manager settings and that is what our virtual machine has been affected by.
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