Memory Leak With Windows 2003 Ent 32 bits

After 2-3 days of Uptime, One DC in Windows 2003 Ent 32 bits get a memory leak.  Event Id start to tell me that no more memory is avalaible.  I put poolmon running and giving me result every 30 minutes.  I've got 2 screenshot with poolmon result (1 before memory leak and the second after).
poolmon.--0--2-04-59-00.log
poolmon.--0--2-05-29-00.log
cegepdemataneAsked:
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LMiller7Commented:
Poolmon is not the best tool to use at this point. The mass of detail tends to obscure the general picture, which is none to clear at this point. Exactly what was the event ID? That will be the starting point. Once the general nature of the problem is clear it may be appropriate to look at poolmon.
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cegepdemataneAuthor Commented:
event id 1053

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc727337%28WS.10%29.aspx

error occur 14

after the memory leak many Cisco AAA error Cisco Acs v.4
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cegepdemataneAuthor Commented:
The server was reinstall
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