From Collaborative RCE Tool Library
|Last updated:||July 8, 2009|
|Direct D/L link:||http://www.winsiderss.com/tools/meminfo/meminfo.zip|
|Description:||MemInfo is a tool to query information on the state of the memory manager page lists, page frame number (PFN) database entries, per-component and per-process memory usage, and for mapping virtual to physical addresses (for certain kinds of kernel-mode pointers).
It can also display the physical memory ranges available for use by Windows and reported by the BIOS and/or ACPI tables.
MemInfo can help detect bad or damaged memory sticks by displaying the size of the bad page list, as well as help in detecting certain kinds of malware or rootkits by showing processes that tools other than the kernel debugger may not show as present. It can also be used to diagnose certain situations where the number of memory available to Windows is different from the amount of memory installed on the system.
For more info, also see the following blog post:
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