Windows 10: Possible memory leak related to iaStorAc.sys and iaStorAfs.sys

Discus and support Possible memory leak related to iaStorAc.sys and iaStorAfs.sys in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; I've been having memory issues for a while, so I decided to run Poolmon, and got this:https://imgur.com/a/kgWjjboAnd using cmd findstr, it pointed me... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by David Marq, Oct 2, 2023.

  1. Possible memory leak related to iaStorAc.sys and iaStorAfs.sys


    I've been having memory issues for a while, so I decided to run Poolmon, and got this:https://imgur.com/a/kgWjjboAnd using cmd findstr, it pointed me to these:https://imgur.com/a/n3RAZTABut the folder seems to have an IRST meant for 7th and 8th gen CPUs, not the 11th gen that my laptop has. Besides, I can't seem to find a way to either uninstall or update said drivers.Besides, if they should show up as progams on my computer, they certainly don't, and the only possible driver match would be this:https://imgur.com/a/rRRIYkqApologies for the Imgur links, but Upload Image hasn't been working for

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    David Marq, Oct 2, 2023
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  2. BulldogXX Win User

    Possible Memory Leaks in Windows 10

    A memory leak occurs when an application closes and fails to release all its RAM back to the operating system.

    The first step in dealing with a memory leak is to determine which application is leaking memory.

    The next step is to contact that application's technical support with complete details of the memory leak, since the developers will want to fix the problem ASAP.
     
    BulldogXX, Oct 2, 2023
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  4. Shaw009 Win User

    Possible memory leak related to iaStorAc.sys and iaStorAfs.sys

    I finally find my memory leak...


    You can try find the driver one by one, by checking it on the device manager. If it is not listed on device manager, try googling it. You can check all of the *.sys files, it usually related. I have these memory leak problems before too.

    What I mean is you have to find the "Nonp" one. From what I read in some articles you have to find the tags categorized as Nonpaged. not the Paged Possible memory leak related to iaStorAc.sys and iaStorAfs.sys :)
     
    Shaw009, Oct 2, 2023
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