Leak memory running 32-bit application in 64-bit Windows 7

I have an application that shows no signs of leaks memory (I am put on hold the berries of 10 MB and their queue to the file) under a 32-bit operating system standard.  Since then I tried to run in Windows 7 64 bit (as a 32-bit by using the 32-bit Labview runtime process) and incrementing memory noticed.

Program takes 300 MB of memory.  If I've save 100 MB of data in a file, windows 7 64 bit will show it as 400 MB of memory (under windows on windows 32-bit)?  I don't think it would be, but you never know...

Are there bugs in Labview 2010 regarding the queues of waiting and 64-bit windows?  I am tracking my use of the queue and is not increasing, so no real reason so that he can rise in the allocation of memory.


I started turning off sections of code to track down it and found it to be a function call that I had left behind (somehow).

Apology for a sparse description.  I found the problem and it was a creation that is hidden in a table in a loop every second or more (for example, rising constant memory), nothing to do with 64-bit related issues.  Problem has been solved!  Thank you all.

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