I've been getting some recent BSOD's associated with memory_management that I haven't been seeing before. I open up my task manger and see two things that alarm me: Windows Search Indexer using 80,000k and going mad svchost.exe using 141,508K and doing what? Now I'm looking and trying to figure out what's going on, but I have 14 instances of svchost.exe doing a multitude of things. Is this normal? I went to the services tab to see what the biggest svchost was doing and this is what it listed that was associated with that action: AudioendpointBuilder CscService EMDMgmt hidserv IPBusEnum Netman PcaSvc SysMain (superfetch) TrkWks UxSms WdiSystemHost WPDBusEnum wudfsvc All of the services were grouped in LocalSystemNetworkRestricted. This is a recent issue that I've been having and have never noticed it before (at least not seeing 44% of my memory being used doing nothing than running desktop+firefox with 3 tabs). The memory has a small OC and I've changed the timings, but I don't think that is the cause of the BSOD's as my system has been stable for over a year with the same OC running close to 24/7. So the question really is - does this sound normal or is there something else going on that I'm not aware of? I've run my Virus scanner (Panda) several times now as well as some online scanners and nobody has picked up anything. What's interesting is that there is 3% CPU usage, but 45% memory. . . . Has it always been like this and I've never noticed?