Use Process Explorer to view Paged and Nonpaged Pool

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  1. Download and install windbg 32 bit or 64 bit version
  2. Then download Process Explorer
  3. In Process Explorer, click Options > Configure Symbols
  4. Point it at the dbghelp.dll in the Debugging Tools for Windows installation directory and set the symbol path to point at Microsoft’s symbol server:

  5. After you’ve configured symbols, open the System Information dialog (click System Information in the View menu or press Ctrl+I) to see the pool information in the Kernel Memory section.

More Information: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool - Mark Russinovich's Blog