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High Amount Of Pages / Sec

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We are having problems with a Windows 2003 Server. It is registering a very large quantity of Pages / Sec. On average it is paging at a rate of 650 per second, peaking up to almost 10,000.

The server is being used as only a file server.

The server has 1gb of ram, of which 400mb is free, there is a page file on the c drive which is 95% free.

i have checked for disk bottle necks, and i can find none.

why is this server paging so much when there is plenty of space in RAM?
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I know this is for win 2000 but probably the same answer http://www.demandtech.com/FAQSmem.htm#FAQsmem2
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