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asked Disable of discrete/native graphics on MacBook Retina when using apps like VMware, VLC, etc
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accepted Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
Feb
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comment Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
Because the leaks happen over a couple of hours. I'm not even sure which process to monitor, since the memory is just gone. Using Instruments to find leaks pulls a lot of CPU and memory to do the recording, which is not good for monitoring a over a long period of time.
Feb
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comment Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
Updated the original post to reflect what I found out so far.
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Feb
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comment Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
I tried doing that before, but my main problem is that there are simply no processes that take up that much memory.
Feb
11
comment Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
Wow. Thanks a lot for this guide. I restarted my Mac by now, but I'm sure my memory will be full in a short while again so I can try this. In the meantime, have an upvote!
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asked Mac OS X: What is using my 'active' memory?
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comment Mac OS X 10.6/MacBook Pro: “NVRM: xxxx called in D3”
My MacBook generally has a few issues (DVD drive hardly works, sometimes won't wake up from sleep, disk starting to throw errors). Except for that I'm not having big issues when these messages appear. Just wondering what they are about... Oh, yeah. Got an NVIDIA card.
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answered From Word to PDF including bookmarks
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