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Last Post by caperjack
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it's a flash drive that will work with readyboost. not just any drive will work, it needs to meet certain specifications, at least in vista.

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I have a question reguarding this vista feature,why not just increase the swap file size on you hard drive, instead of using a slower usb drive to add move memory.

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I bought a compatible flash drive and installed it as per the instructions. My computer seems faster but I cannot find anything that positively tells me my RAM has increased.

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>I have a question reguarding this vista feature,why not just increase the swap file size on you hard drive, instead of using a slower usb drive to add move memory.

flash memory is WAY faster than a hard drive. that's why they're trying to make flash hard drives, because they'd be really fast.

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flash memory is WAY faster than a hard drive. that's why they're trying to make flash hard drives, because they'd be really fast.

thank you for that answer

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Can anyone answer my question in number 7? I want to know how to tell if the flash drive memory is working. The usual things still just show my original memory cards.

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It shows as running in Applications but does not show in Performance ! I am none the wiser.

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It shows as running in Applications but does not show in Performance ! I am none the wiser.

makes two of us .

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You have piggybacked a very old thread.....Nov 27th, 2007
Please start your own thread and explain where outside you want this memory.

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and explain where outside you want this memory.

Out back, by the shed !you know the little 2 seater one .

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
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