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Load times have not been cpu bound for some time now. Arainach, Oct 24, 2009 Arainach, Oct 24, 2009 #5 Oct 24, 2009 #6 soulesschild [H]ardness Supreme Messages: 6,302 Joined: Feb 18, 2007 lycanwolf said: ↑ Boy I just love the ID10T I found how to remove it and guess what makes my customers happy. Do you want to use a HDD as readyboot, or employ a technique similar to readyboost to you HDDs to improve their performance? –Mike M Aug 26 '09 at 14:26 Check This Out

SpoonMaN-EQ, Oct 24, 2009 SpoonMaN-EQ, Oct 24, 2009 #25 Oct 24, 2009 #26 Uberbob102000 2[H]4U Messages: 2,244 Joined: Apr 29, 2006 Wow, OP had a bitchfit about being wrong. Now I'll give you my system setup it's a quad core intel 3 ghz running @ 3.6 ghz with 8 gigs of ram runnning 64 bit windows 7 Ultimate edition. share|improve this answer answered Aug 26 '09 at 14:30 Goyuix 4,88132544 1 Is there a built in performance counter to measure the effectiveness of a ReadyBoosted system btw? Indeed there's LOT more on it now. Go Here

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The time now is 14:57. Fine enjoy your 15 min of fame cause you did that. If all is well, take a peek in your Event Viewer (Start > run > eventvwr.msc > Custom Views > Administrative Events). Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members!

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There's bad information given out on this forum on many occasions. I might be a noobie on this forum well theres a reason for that I work for a living. Cause apparently he's all knowing and everyone else in this thread and vLite and MS is wrong and he knows what's correct. check that I run SSD's in raid 0 btw.

is there NO way to completely disable readyboot on Win7? The Maximum File Size For Session Readyboot Has Been Reached Windows 10 I'm just going to stop posting period. Gonna try removing outlook from the startup & see if it helps... Posts : 1,317 Windows 7 Professional X64 Local Time: 19:57 Re: Question about ReadyBoot (Not ReadyBoost) Thanks, that helped My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that

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I remember testing the betas of Windows 7 and the first public release and I looked and Guess what the first public release never had Readyboost in the whole system at You would be amazed at the near constant amount of small I/O that happens on the boot drive. What Is Readyboot Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Privacy Policy. Readyboot 0xc0000188 The problem is, I installed a 2nd video card and it was too big to fit both video cards and the adaptec board together------- so I had to ditch the adaptec.

There's no benefit. http://phpbbinstallers.net/windows-10/question-about-windows-10.html jeremyshaw, Oct 24, 2009 jeremyshaw, Oct 24, 2009 #11 Oct 24, 2009 #12 lycanwolf n00bie Messages: 14 Joined: Aug 10, 2004 Arainach said: ↑ If you actually knew anything about modern http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...67(WS.10).aspx ShadowMyth View Public Profile Find all posts by ShadowMyth (#7) Labyrinth Ancient Guru Videocard: AMD 290 4GB Processor: i5 6600K 4.5Ghz Mainboard: Asus Z170 Pro Awesome thread! Readyboot Maximum File Size

Try it out. You'd have better luck starting over and deleting everyone's account.Click to expand... You'd have better luck starting over and deleting everyone's account. http://phpbbinstallers.net/windows-10/readyboost-for-win-10-installed-on-small-ssd.html I love it when people e-peen out their old systems.

All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission. Readyboot.etl Windows 10 GoldenTiger, Oct 24, 2009 GoldenTiger, Oct 24, 2009 #31 Oct 24, 2009 #32 QwertyJuan [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 11,998 Joined: Aug 17, 2000 lycanwolf said: ↑ You what think I just stop Oh maybe you like to play with my Vic 20.

criccio, Oct 24, 2009 criccio, Oct 24, 2009 #18 Oct 24, 2009 #19 madcap magician Limp Gawd Messages: 316 Joined: Mar 12, 2003 Direwolf20 said: ↑ Being smart is one thing,

Are you gonna be the forum patrol? Now I'll give you my system setup it's a quad core intel 3 ghz running @ 3.6 ghz with 8 gigs of ram runnning 64 bit windows 7 Ultimate edition. Vista General Re: The same old READYBOOST question...In my opinion if you have 4GB RAM installed the you 'don't' need ready boost. What Does Readyboot Do Wanna try out Windows 10 ?

I been building systems since MFM hard drives. Update: Well I followed your instructions & it seems thats just for setting up an analytical tool to monitor you startup & increasing the amount of space it uses to store Think I'll even disable my HardOCP account since I can't see anybody smart enough to talk too on here.Click to expand... http://phpbbinstallers.net/windows-10/question-about-using-sfc-command.html I blame HP .

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