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He has be documenting his experiences in digital and technology world for over 15 years. Now, I've read that it is no good to disable all swaps, but hey, I will have like 6.6G not used 😮 The perfect solution would be 4G swap file on Now where can I donate those $8? Thanks Kirk Enston Ying, I assume you are talking about the installer. this contact form

Thank you any way! pawlak Try version: Gavotte_RAMDisk_1.0.4096.5_200811130.zip It works on Windows 7 32bit I have 6GB of RAM. 3GB available for windows and 3GB RAMdisk 🙂 marcus Tried to install this app on win7 ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter. However, if you want to use it to access more than the 3.5GB limitation of ram in Windows, this method will NOT work on Vista!

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In an evening I mostly have used about 20 different applications and I would hate it if it took to long to start an application, even if it is only the But the thing is I might not be able to do that if I had money to get mobo with 12GB of ram or loan it to me to do that Robert Gavotte! share|improve this answer answered Feb 17 '10 at 22:56 Jesse Weigert 35415 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google

as long as you don't minimize, the working set is not aggressively relesed. webstar someone asked it before, but did not get an answer i think: is there any way to load the image to the ram disk without using the GUI provided? Still says Failed immediately on Install button and I already tried run as admin. There is not more short way to do it ?

Dori I found another solution by Qsoft that works for Windows 2003 Server x64 running on an i64 platform. Softperfect Ram Disk I really like this software - it's so easy to setup and use and has never caused me any problems - highly recommend it to anyone who has memory above the If you have plenty of RAM, rather than put the swap file in a ramdrive better disable virtual memory altogether. http://superuser.com/questions/8644/is-it-possible-to-run-windows-xp-from-a-ram-disk I want to upgrade my 2GB to 4GB RAM, as my computer is excessively slow.

VM is used when I run out of memory, so why would I use my RAM for it? I'm engaging the Ram-Drive. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39) C:Program Files (x86)Gavotte Ramdisk ramdisk64.sys Any ideas? There is a newer release as well 01.01.2008 which allows for >=4GB ramdisks (the error is still apparent within this new release) dr mark 05.23.2007 version and greater allows for x64

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Starbuck I have 4 gig of Ram on my new XP box. over here So with RamDisk it starts about 65s but without it 23s. Xp Ramdisk Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint. When you want to shut down the system, could the changes be merged back into the filesystem without causing problems as it is done?

Reply Win2k Advanced Posted by Legacy on 09/11/2003 12:00am Originally posted by: Shaopu Does it work with Windows 2000 advanced server? weblink I have used some of the freeware/shareware ramdisks 'floating' around the internet but am loathe to 'trust' them much. I had a problem in XP with the RamDisk where I change the radio set to RAM Drive instead of Fixed Disk and that was showing install errors - try with Also, if you have a situation where you're access the same files over and over again, a ram disk will help reduce wear and tear on your real hard drive.

Reply Reply Free RAMDisk Version 2.2 and 'Extended' Versions available at http://www.ramdisk.tk Posted by CGhijselinck on 02/27/2004 03:00am If http://www.ramdisk.tk cannot be accessed, try one of the mirror sites at : Still if this can boost e.g. voidn Good info but all the banner ads make me want to vomit! navigate here So I have like about, more or less, 3G of ram which I would like to assign to a "removable" drive and put readyboost on it… Problem: 1.

Casper42 Dr Mark: Where do you get the latest version? Eg: rdutil link C:\ramdisk link C:\ramdisk to root of Ramdisk rdutil link C:\TEMP TEMP link C:\TEMP to \TEMP at Ramdisk rmdir C:\ramdisk rmdir can remove the link without clear target content You can setup mountpoint/junction linking to this unnamed Ramdisk.

Here are the screenshots, just in case: http://img682.imageshack.us/img682/2435/10302009190037.png http://img340.imageshack.us/img340/278/10302009190114.png Other than that, if you don't speak Chinese you are out of luck (Gavotte is very popular on Chinese language forums).

Fired Up Last modified Sep 03, 2010 at1:01PM teslaBytes Beam me up Scottie! Juha Saarinen PC World Tweet Print this article Email this article Show Comments Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. deals with Win-7 and the Enhanced Write Filter (EWF RAM mode), but there's an EWF in WinXP Embedded as well. –quack quixote Feb 17 '10 at 23:20 @~quack: that Once you have some success with it, you can go in depth in the related docs and introduce your own changes, etc,.

In my oppinion this is the most stable one among all the Windows family. What size did you set? This drive can be used for storing temporary files, which can increase your system performance." Looks like it should do the trick I am a Legend Last modified Aug 29, 2004 http://secondsolution.net/installing-a/installing-a-2nd-hard-drive-to-my-new-pc.php Could antivirus APIs be used in a program to detect changes to the disk while it copies things to the RAM drive?

Setting the ramdisk media type to ramdisk is missing a component for proper initialization (the other file types work well). and how much memory it would need.. wimb likes this Back to top Back to Grub4dos 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear reboot.pro → Boot methods Regarding image files it is also possible to mount image files by right-clicking in Explorer and select option for mounting as ImDisk virtual drive.

Exit the Registry Editor and Reboot This entry was posted in Uncategorized. I agree. Also Vista with 256 (or indeed, effectively 192)mb of RAM … oh god … does it even run? Wimb´s tool finally led me to the answer which was quite simple: title XP VHD MEM find --set-root --ignore-floppies --ignore-cd /WINV.vhd map --mem /WINV.vhd (hd0) map --hook root

Palettes and Color Tables Special Effects Using regions Viewers Views & MDI clients DirectX » DirectDraw DirectInput DirectShow DirectX 8 GDI » Capturing Images Fills Font Handling and Detection GDI+ Icons I always get the following error… Windows can't access this disk The disc might be corrupt. Someone is using my (or has the same) email Returning the wrong HTTP response code on purpose? These questions probably need to be answered before doing this kind of thing.

Last modified Aug 21, 2010 at3:47PM AndyC Shining Arcanine said: AndyC said: *snip* It depends on how much

Somebody can help me ? Many of you are saying that you put your swapfile on ramdisk which is not logical, because when your system eats all the ram then it use swapfile(fake, hard disk memory) Still as pointed out in a lot of articles my system does not get beyond 3G of RAM usage when I check the logs…. See here: Disable paging the executive to improve performance http://www.metron.co.uk/reference/performance_tips/windows/win_tip23.html peter I just tried to use the program and it gave me a blue screen of death with a 'stop' error.

No problem, so far! Although in theory 32-bit Intel CPUs can make use of up to 4GB of RAM, in practice the actual amount is limited by the supporting logic chips such as the memory Zelos This simply DOES NOT work under Windows Vista. "Click on Install Ramdisk to install RRamdisk.sys driver." After pressing this, there just comes up the message "failed", wíth no prompt to For several friends (I have no XP myself) I have therefore reinstalled the XP and it made a world of difference.

Probably because firadisk, if I recall correctly, needs an explicit "hook" in boot.ini, see here for an example: http://reboot.pro/to...-00130/?p=76741 or on a grub4dos memdrive: http://reboot.pro/to...00130/?p=127875 but adjustments may be needed to Thats my plan but I dont know if that would work. I attempted a few setting of xxMb to no avail but returned with an error 'blue screen' message and rebooted.