Is the "MS Dynamics Navision ERP" application running on the same box as SQL Server in prod?
If so, I'd lower the fixed memory for SQL considerably.
Even if not, I'd still lower it to at least 96G (98304MB); at 128G, Windows itself needs some RAM to manage the other RAM.
The only non-memoty things that would normally ever slow it that much is:
1) I/O issues
2) tempdb issues.
So I suggest verifying those first before looking at other things.
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