Re: memory and readyboost
"Ken Blake, MVP" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 17:42:00 -0700, havoc21
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Just 2 questions. 1.I have 4 Gb of RAM installed but Vista only
>> 3Gb of it since its the 32-bit version. Is there any way I could upgrade
>> to a
>> 64-bit version?
> No, no upgrade is possible. You would have to clean install.
> What applications do you run that make you think that more than 3GB
> would improve your performance? Most people would see no difference.
>> 2. I've got ReadyBoost running from a 2Gb flashdrive.
>> Everytime I boot the computer an error nessage appears stating a "disk
>> error" it says i should replace the disk and hit any key. All I have to
>> do is
>> just hit a key and it ignores the error, but it is kind of annoying. Any
>> advice on how to get ReadyBoost working better?
> Sorry, I don't know and can't help with that, other than to suggest
> that with 3GB of RAM, my guess is that Readyboost does nothing for
> Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP Windows - Shell/User
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Maybe something in the BIOS? Mine has an option to boot from USB devices,
and mine flatly refuses to boot to vista if my flash drive is connected, it
only contains documents and photos, stuff like that. I have to disable this
option in the BIOS.
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