Memory Usage Goes Up Gradually (Memory Leak)

When I starting the Windows (in the first few hours) everything is normal But after 1 day or 2 (sooner or later) the amount of available memory gradually goes down and the physical memory usage increasing. This increasing, continues until the memory usage reaches near the 88% and at that point , there isn't any memory available to operate any software . Also when memory reaches that point, I can't access any drive in the HDD; because everytime I want to open any folder, the following error appears :
c:\ is not accessible.
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service
At this point, I even can't shutdown or restart Windows normally; I must restart windows manually by pressing the restart button. after restart, everything goes to normal again; but this problem appears again and again ... (I had to restart Windows every 1 or 2 days)
here is the screenshots of processes and performance tabs in the Task Manager (at 88% memory usage)
You can see that there is no software(application) that uses this amount of memory :
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my system :
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OS : Windows 7 Ultimate x86
Cpu : Intel P4 3.0GHz
Vga : nVidia 6600
MB : Gigabyte GA-8I915G Duo
PSU : Corsair 750W
RAM : 2GB DDR-400 Transcend
(I have these memories for 2 years)
Physical Memory: 2000 mb
Paging File: 2000 mb
Virtual Memory: 6000 mb

I already did the following actions but unfortunately none of them helped me :
0- using some optimizing and freeing softwares like (Memory Booster Gold - RAM Saver Pro - CleanMem)
1- Scanning my computer with antivirus and antispywares
2- Changing antivirus software
3- Updating windows with all updates available via Windows Update
4- Updating drivers of all hardwares
6- Using CClenaer for clearing everything and using memtest86+ for finding any possible error in memory
And here is screenshot from Process Explore (from Sysinternals Suite) at 90% memory usage :
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So is there anything that I can do to solve this problem ? any solution ? hotfixe ? trick ? suggestion ? anything ? ...
 
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Last updated May 24, 2018 Views 9,743 Applies to:
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You can add/user the Company name column in the lower pane, and probably can safely ignore any drivers from Microsoft.  

This would seem to leave:

Amfilter.sys

amdxata.sys

AFPAnsi.sys

aswFsBlk.SYS

aswMonFlt.sys

aswNdis.sys

aswNdis2.sys

aswFW.SYS

aswSP.SYS

aswTdi.SYS

aswRdr.SYS

aswSnx.SYS

b57nd60x.sys

npf.sys

ACFXAU32.sys

ha20x2k.sys

ctac32k.sys

ctprxy2k.sys

ctaud2k.sys

emupia2k.sys

ctsfm2k.sys

CT20XUT.SYS

ctoss2k.sys

CTHWIUT.SYS

CTEXFIFX.SYS

000.fcl

ElbyCDIO.sys

secdrv.SYS

nvBridge.kmd

nvlddmkm.sys

nvport.sys

pfc.sys

SCDEmu.SYS

SuperMounter.SYS

SkyNET.SYS

IosLink.sys

viamraid.sys

pcouffin.sys

wacomvhid.sys

wacommousefilter.sys


You can check the above with DW. Since you suspect some correlation to the Creative drivers, you might check those drivers first, if you are so inclined.  You may also check for an update to those drivers - how old are the ones on your system?


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