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Old 03-22-2007
edev@hotmail.com
 

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Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
Ok, I've got a new M90 with 4GB ram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.

I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine) running that uses
1GB. I then also have Visual Studio running working on a single
ASP.Net website.

System resources in Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
(Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!

Anyone else have these issues?

Thanks!

Tim

Here is one of the events:

Log Name: System
Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
Event ID: 2004
Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
Level: Warning
Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
(virtual memory).
User: SYSTEM
Computer: EDEV1
Description:
Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
Event Xml:
<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<System>
<Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
<EventID>2004</EventID>
<Version>0</Version>
<Level>3</Level>
<Task>3</Task>
<Opcode>33</Opcode>
<Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
<EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
<Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /
>

<Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
<Channel>System</Channel>
<Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
<Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
</System>
<UserData>
<MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
<SystemInfo>
<SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
<SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
<ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
<PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
<PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
<PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
<NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
<Processes>88</Processes>
</SystemInfo>
<ProcessInfo>
<Process_1>
<Name>devenv.exe</Name>
<ID>5064</ID>
<CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
<Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
<TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
</Process_1>
<Process_2>
<Name>explorer.exe</Name>
<ID>5396</ID>
<CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
<Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
<TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
</Process_2>
<Process_3>
<Name>dwm.exe</Name>
<ID>2608</ID>
<CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
<Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
<TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
</Process_3>
<Process_4>
<Name>
</Name>
<ID>0</ID>
<CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
<Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
<TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
</Process_4>
<Process_5>
<Name>
</Name>
<ID>0</ID>
<CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
<Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
<TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
</Process_5>
<Process_6>
<Name>
</Name>
<ID>0</ID>
<CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
<CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
<HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
<Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
<TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
</Process_6>
</ProcessInfo>
<PagedPoolInfo>
<Tag_1>
<Name>CM25</Name>
<PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
</Tag_1>
<Tag_2>
<Name>ViMm</Name>
<PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
</Tag_2>
<Tag_3>
<Name>MmSt</Name>
<PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
</Tag_3>
</PagedPoolInfo>
<NonPagedPoolInfo>
<Tag_1>
<Name>EcCb</Name>
<PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
</Tag_1>
<Tag_2>
<Name>EtwB</Name>
<PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
</Tag_2>
<Tag_3>
<Name>Cont</Name>
<PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
</Tag_3>
</NonPagedPoolInfo>
<ExhaustionEventInfo>
<Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
</ExhaustionEventInfo>
</MemoryExhaustionInfo>
</UserData>
</Event>

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Old 03-22-2007
Steven Wimer
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
For grins, lower the amount of memory to 2 or 3gb so you are below the cap
for your system and see if it acts any better. Looking back I remember in
windows 98 if you had more than 512mb memory it would sometimes give out of
memory warnings. Now Vista and 98 are lightyears different but it's
something to try.

<edev@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
> Ok, I've got a new M90 with 4GB ram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
> put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
> readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.
>
> I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine) running that uses
> 1GB. I then also have Visual Studio running working on a single
> ASP.Net website.
>
> System resources in Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
> (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
> 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!
>
> Anyone else have these issues?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Tim
>
> Here is one of the events:
>
> Log Name: System
> Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
> Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
> Event ID: 2004
> Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
> Level: Warning
> Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
> (virtual memory).
> User: SYSTEM
> Computer: EDEV1
> Description:
> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
> Event Xml:
> <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
> <System>
> <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
> Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
> <EventID>2004</EventID>
> <Version>0</Version>
> <Level>3</Level>
> <Task>3</Task>
> <Opcode>33</Opcode>
> <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
> <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
> <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
> <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /
>>

> <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
> <Channel>System</Channel>
> <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
> <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
> </System>
> <UserData>
> <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
> win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
> Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
> <SystemInfo>
> <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
> <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
> <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
> <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
> <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
> <Processes>88</Processes>
> </SystemInfo>
> <ProcessInfo>
> <Process_1>
> <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
> <ID>5064</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
> <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
> <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
> </Process_1>
> <Process_2>
> <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
> <ID>5396</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
> </Process_2>
> <Process_3>
> <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
> <ID>2608</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
> </Process_3>
> <Process_4>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_4>
> <Process_5>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_5>
> <Process_6>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_6>
> </ProcessInfo>
> <PagedPoolInfo>
> <Tag_1>
> <Name>CM25</Name>
> <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_1>
> <Tag_2>
> <Name>ViMm</Name>
> <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_2>
> <Tag_3>
> <Name>MmSt</Name>
> <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_3>
> </PagedPoolInfo>
> <NonPagedPoolInfo>
> <Tag_1>
> <Name>EcCb</Name>
> <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_1>
> <Tag_2>
> <Name>EtwB</Name>
> <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_2>
> <Tag_3>
> <Name>Cont</Name>
> <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_3>
> </NonPagedPoolInfo>
> <ExhaustionEventInfo>
> <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
> </ExhaustionEventInfo>
> </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
> </UserData>
> </Event>
>



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Old 03-22-2007
Dustin Harper
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
<PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
<PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>

It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
reason:
Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.

Try taking out the USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it doesn't
have much of a limit on size.

--
Dustin Harper
dharper@vistarip.com
http://www.vistarip.com

--
<edev@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
> Ok, I've got a new M90 with 4GB ram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
> put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
> readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.
>
> I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine) running that uses
> 1GB. I then also have Visual Studio running working on a single
> ASP.Net website.
>
> System resources in Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
> (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
> 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!
>
> Anyone else have these issues?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Tim
>
> Here is one of the events:
>
> Log Name: System
> Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
> Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
> Event ID: 2004
> Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
> Level: Warning
> Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
> (virtual memory).
> User: SYSTEM
> Computer: EDEV1
> Description:
> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
> Event Xml:
> <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
> <System>
> <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
> Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
> <EventID>2004</EventID>
> <Version>0</Version>
> <Level>3</Level>
> <Task>3</Task>
> <Opcode>33</Opcode>
> <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
> <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
> <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
> <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /
>>

> <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
> <Channel>System</Channel>
> <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
> <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
> </System>
> <UserData>
> <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
> win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
> Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
> <SystemInfo>
> <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
> <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
> <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
> <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
> <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
> <Processes>88</Processes>
> </SystemInfo>
> <ProcessInfo>
> <Process_1>
> <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
> <ID>5064</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
> <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
> <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
> </Process_1>
> <Process_2>
> <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
> <ID>5396</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
> </Process_2>
> <Process_3>
> <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
> <ID>2608</ID>
> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
> </Process_3>
> <Process_4>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_4>
> <Process_5>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_5>
> <Process_6>
> <Name>
> </Name>
> <ID>0</ID>
> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> </Process_6>
> </ProcessInfo>
> <PagedPoolInfo>
> <Tag_1>
> <Name>CM25</Name>
> <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_1>
> <Tag_2>
> <Name>ViMm</Name>
> <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_2>
> <Tag_3>
> <Name>MmSt</Name>
> <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_3>
> </PagedPoolInfo>
> <NonPagedPoolInfo>
> <Tag_1>
> <Name>EcCb</Name>
> <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_1>
> <Tag_2>
> <Name>EtwB</Name>
> <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_2>
> <Tag_3>
> <Name>Cont</Name>
> <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
> </Tag_3>
> </NonPagedPoolInfo>
> <ExhaustionEventInfo>
> <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
> </ExhaustionEventInfo>
> </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
> </UserData>
> </Event>
>


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Old 03-22-2007
Fat Bastard
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
Uh, no. Readyboost doesn't remove the page file from the disk, it just makes
a copy of a portion of it to use as a disk cache, which it can access faster
off solid state then hard disk. Removing the Readyboost device just means it
will access that portion of the page file slower.


"Dustin Harper" <dharper@vistarip.com> wrote in message
news:5C299684-E30B-43D9-B67E-F0A858B752EC@microsoft.com...
> Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>
> It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
> reason:
> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>
> Try taking out the USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
> situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it
> doesn't have much of a limit on size.
>
> --
> Dustin Harper
> dharper@vistarip.com
> http://www.vistarip.com
>
> --
> <edev@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
>> Ok, I've got a new M90 with 4GB ram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
>> put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
>> readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.
>>
>> I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine) running that uses
>> 1GB. I then also have Visual Studio running working on a single
>> ASP.Net website.
>>
>> System resources in Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
>> (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
>> 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!
>>
>> Anyone else have these issues?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Tim
>>
>> Here is one of the events:
>>
>> Log Name: System
>> Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
>> Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
>> Event ID: 2004
>> Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
>> Level: Warning
>> Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
>> (virtual memory).
>> User: SYSTEM
>> Computer: EDEV1
>> Description:
>> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
>> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
>> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
>> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>> Event Xml:
>> <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
>> <System>
>> <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
>> Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
>> <EventID>2004</EventID>
>> <Version>0</Version>
>> <Level>3</Level>
>> <Task>3</Task>
>> <Opcode>33</Opcode>
>> <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
>> <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
>> <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
>> <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /
>>>

>> <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
>> <Channel>System</Channel>
>> <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
>> <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
>> </System>
>> <UserData>
>> <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
>> win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
>> Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
>> <SystemInfo>
>> <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
>> <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
>> <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
>> <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
>> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
>> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>> <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
>> <Processes>88</Processes>
>> </SystemInfo>
>> <ProcessInfo>
>> <Process_1>
>> <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
>> <ID>5064</ID>
>> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
>> <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_1>
>> <Process_2>
>> <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
>> <ID>5396</ID>
>> <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
>> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_2>
>> <Process_3>
>> <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
>> <ID>2608</ID>
>> <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
>> <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_3>
>> <Process_4>
>> <Name>
>> </Name>
>> <ID>0</ID>
>> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
>> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_4>
>> <Process_5>
>> <Name>
>> </Name>
>> <ID>0</ID>
>> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
>> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_5>
>> <Process_6>
>> <Name>
>> </Name>
>> <ID>0</ID>
>> <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
>> <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
>> <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
>> <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
>> <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
>> </Process_6>
>> </ProcessInfo>
>> <PagedPoolInfo>
>> <Tag_1>
>> <Name>CM25</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_1>
>> <Tag_2>
>> <Name>ViMm</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_2>
>> <Tag_3>
>> <Name>MmSt</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_3>
>> </PagedPoolInfo>
>> <NonPagedPoolInfo>
>> <Tag_1>
>> <Name>EcCb</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_1>
>> <Tag_2>
>> <Name>EtwB</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_2>
>> <Tag_3>
>> <Name>Cont</Name>
>> <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
>> </Tag_3>
>> </NonPagedPoolInfo>
>> <ExhaustionEventInfo>
>> <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
>> </ExhaustionEventInfo>
>> </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
>> </UserData>
>> </Event>
>>

>



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Old 03-23-2007
edev@hotmail.com
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
On Mar 22, 11:01 am, "Dustin Harper" <dhar...@vistarip.com> wrote:
> Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>
> It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
> reason:
> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>
> Try takingoutthe USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
> situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it doesn't
> have much of a limit on size.
>
> --
> Dustin Harper
> dhar...@vistarip.comhttp://www.vistarip.com
>
> --<e...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
>
>
>
> > Ok, I've got a new M90 with4GBram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
> > put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
> > readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.

>
> > I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine)runningthat uses
> > 1GB. I then also have Visual Studiorunningworking on a single
> > ASP.Net website.

>
> > Systemresourcesin Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
> > (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
> > 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!

>
> > Anyone else have these issues?

>
> > Thanks!

>
> > Tim

>
> > Here is one of the events:

>
> > Log Name: System
> > Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
> > Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
> > Event ID: 2004
> > Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
> > Level: Warning
> > Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
> > (virtual memory).
> > User: SYSTEM
> > Computer: EDEV1
> > Description:
> > Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> > following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> > consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> > bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
> > Event Xml:
> > <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
> > <System>
> > <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
> > Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
> > <EventID>2004</EventID>
> > <Version>0</Version>
> > <Level>3</Level>
> > <Task>3</Task>
> > <Opcode>33</Opcode>
> > <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
> > <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
> > <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
> > <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /

>
> > <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
> > <Channel>System</Channel>
> > <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
> > <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
> > </System>
> > <UserData>
> > <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
> > win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
> > Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
> > <SystemInfo>
> > <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
> > <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
> > <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
> > <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
> > <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> > <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
> > <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
> > <Processes>88</Processes>
> > </SystemInfo>
> > <ProcessInfo>
> > <Process_1>
> > <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
> > <ID>5064</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
> > <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_1>
> > <Process_2>
> > <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
> > <ID>5396</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_2>
> > <Process_3>
> > <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
> > <ID>2608</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_3>
> > <Process_4>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_4>
> > <Process_5>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_5>
> > <Process_6>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_6>
> > </ProcessInfo>
> > <PagedPoolInfo>
> > <Tag_1>
> > <Name>CM25</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_1>
> > <Tag_2>
> > <Name>ViMm</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_2>
> > <Tag_3>
> > <Name>MmSt</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_3>
> > </PagedPoolInfo>
> > <NonPagedPoolInfo>
> > <Tag_1>
> > <Name>EcCb</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_1>
> > <Tag_2>
> > <Name>EtwB</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_2>
> > <Tag_3>
> > <Name>Cont</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_3>
> > </NonPagedPoolInfo>
> > <ExhaustionEventInfo>
> > <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
> > </ExhaustionEventInfo>
> > </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
> > </UserData>
> > </Event>- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -


The cache isn't on the Readyboost drive - it simple makes things
faster to load (almost like the SuperFetch, only slightly better). My
SD is more than 4 times as fast as my 7200 RPM HD though, so it's
doing it's job well!
However, I have tried with and without the Readyboost to no avail.
The new performance information application is pretty darn useless,
I've found after working with it... Certainly could use a bit of work
- like why can't you kill a task within that? rather than having to
do it through TaskManager? Waste of time.

Anywho - still have issues with the system. I do know where 512MB
went though - I have a 51MB dedicated FX 2500M card in this beast and
it *still* sucks up another 512MB of the OS to have a usable 1024MB -
Just to run Visual Studio and Freakin' Aero... how irritating is
that???

Thanks for the ideas folks, keep 'em coming!!

Tim

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Old 03-23-2007
edev@hotmail.com
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
On Mar 22, 11:01 am, "Dustin Harper" <dhar...@vistarip.com> wrote:
> Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>
> It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
> reason:
> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>
> Try takingoutthe USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
> situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it doesn't
> have much of a limit on size.
>
> --
> Dustin Harper
> dhar...@vistarip.comhttp://www.vistarip.com
>
> --<e...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
>
>
>
> > Ok, I've got a new M90 with4GBram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
> > put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
> > readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.

>
> > I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine)runningthat uses
> > 1GB. I then also have Visual Studiorunningworking on a single
> > ASP.Net website.

>
> > Systemresourcesin Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
> > (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
> > 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!

>
> > Anyone else have these issues?

>
> > Thanks!

>
> > Tim

>
> > Here is one of the events:

>
> > Log Name: System
> > Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
> > Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
> > Event ID: 2004
> > Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
> > Level: Warning
> > Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
> > (virtual memory).
> > User: SYSTEM
> > Computer: EDEV1
> > Description:
> > Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
> > following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
> > consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
> > bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
> > Event Xml:
> > <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
> > <System>
> > <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
> > Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
> > <EventID>2004</EventID>
> > <Version>0</Version>
> > <Level>3</Level>
> > <Task>3</Task>
> > <Opcode>33</Opcode>
> > <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
> > <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
> > <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
> > <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /

>
> > <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
> > <Channel>System</Channel>
> > <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
> > <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
> > </System>
> > <UserData>
> > <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
> > win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
> > Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
> > <SystemInfo>
> > <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
> > <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
> > <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
> > <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
> > <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
> > <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
> > <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
> > <Processes>88</Processes>
> > </SystemInfo>
> > <ProcessInfo>
> > <Process_1>
> > <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
> > <ID>5064</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
> > <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_1>
> > <Process_2>
> > <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
> > <ID>5396</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_2>
> > <Process_3>
> > <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
> > <ID>2608</ID>
> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_3>
> > <Process_4>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_4>
> > <Process_5>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_5>
> > <Process_6>
> > <Name>
> > </Name>
> > <ID>0</ID>
> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
> > </Process_6>
> > </ProcessInfo>
> > <PagedPoolInfo>
> > <Tag_1>
> > <Name>CM25</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_1>
> > <Tag_2>
> > <Name>ViMm</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_2>
> > <Tag_3>
> > <Name>MmSt</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_3>
> > </PagedPoolInfo>
> > <NonPagedPoolInfo>
> > <Tag_1>
> > <Name>EcCb</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_1>
> > <Tag_2>
> > <Name>EtwB</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_2>
> > <Tag_3>
> > <Name>Cont</Name>
> > <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
> > </Tag_3>
> > </NonPagedPoolInfo>
> > <ExhaustionEventInfo>
> > <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
> > </ExhaustionEventInfo>
> > </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
> > </UserData>
> > </Event>- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -


BTW, actually just *focused* on your reply a bit more. You hit it
right on the head me thinks... I checked my Virtual Memory last night
and switched it from the 512MB I gave it to having windows manage
it... (I set it to 512 as I saw no reason my system should be using
the Virtual Memory that hard with as much RAM as I had). Obviously,
it uses it for something other than what I figured it does. I haven't
been running my VPC, but I have been running Visual Studio without
issues. Although my system is truly very slow.

Drivers really make a difference and I don't think these first-rev
drivers from Dell truly work with the OS that well...

Thanks again!

Tim

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Old 03-23-2007
Dustin Harper
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
ReadyBoost is a cached file managed by SuperFetch. It takes a while to
populate it, similar to SuperFetch. There is a nice (and very detailed)
article on the way the Vista kernel uses memory management.

It may be slower at first, but after it is populated it should speed things
up a bit. But, it does depend on your physical RAM. The more you have, the
less you need ReadyBoost. And as it's working on filling the cache, it's
making the computer seem slower (it's not supposed to, as it is supposed to
be working under a low priority).

--
Dustin Harper
dharper@vistarip.com
http://www.vistarip.com

--
<edev@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1174618627.218194.249060@n59g2000hsh.googlegr oups.com...
> On Mar 22, 11:01 am, "Dustin Harper" <dhar...@vistarip.com> wrote:
>> Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
>> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
>> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>>
>> It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
>> reason:
>> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
>> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
>> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
>> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>>
>> Try takingoutthe USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
>> situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it
>> doesn't
>> have much of a limit on size.
>>
>> --
>> Dustin Harper
>> dhar...@vistarip.comhttp://www.vistarip.com
>>
>> --<e...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
>>
>>
>>
>> > Ok, I've got a new M90 with4GBram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
>> > put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
>> > readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.

>>
>> > I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine)runningthat uses
>> > 1GB. I then also have Visual Studiorunningworking on a single
>> > ASP.Net website.

>>
>> > Systemresourcesin Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
>> > (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
>> > 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!

>>
>> > Anyone else have these issues?

>>
>> > Thanks!

>>
>> > Tim

>>
>> > Here is one of the events:

>>
>> > Log Name: System
>> > Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
>> > Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
>> > Event ID: 2004
>> > Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
>> > Level: Warning
>> > Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
>> > (virtual memory).
>> > User: SYSTEM
>> > Computer: EDEV1
>> > Description:
>> > Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
>> > following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
>> > consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
>> > bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>> > Event Xml:
>> > <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
>> > <System>
>> > <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
>> > Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
>> > <EventID>2004</EventID>
>> > <Version>0</Version>
>> > <Level>3</Level>
>> > <Task>3</Task>
>> > <Opcode>33</Opcode>
>> > <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
>> > <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
>> > <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
>> > <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /

>>
>> > <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
>> > <Channel>System</Channel>
>> > <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
>> > <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
>> > </System>
>> > <UserData>
>> > <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
>> > win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
>> > Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
>> > <SystemInfo>
>> > <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
>> > <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
>> > <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
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>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
> The cache isn't on the Readyboost drive - it simple makes things
> faster to load (almost like the SuperFetch, only slightly better). My
> SD is more than 4 times as fast as my 7200 RPM HD though, so it's
> doing it's job well!
> However, I have tried with and without the Readyboost to no avail.
> The new performance information application is pretty darn useless,
> I've found after working with it... Certainly could use a bit of work
> - like why can't you kill a task within that? rather than having to
> do it through TaskManager? Waste of time.
>
> Anywho - still have issues with the system. I do know where 512MB
> went though - I have a 51MB dedicated FX 2500M card in this beast and
> it *still* sucks up another 512MB of the OS to have a usable 1024MB -
> Just to run Visual Studio and Freakin' Aero... how irritating is
> that???
>
> Thanks for the ideas folks, keep 'em coming!!
>
> Tim
>


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Old 03-27-2007
Ben Enfield
 

Posts: n/a
Re: Laptop 4GB+2GB ReadyBoost runs out of Resources?
Do you know whether there is a fix in the works for the prioritization of
caching the files? It is driving me crazy.

Ben

"Dustin Harper" <dharper@vistarip.com> wrote in message
news:O2s32qPbHHA.4520@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> ReadyBoost is a cached file managed by SuperFetch. It takes a while to
> populate it, similar to SuperFetch. There is a nice (and very detailed)
> article on the way the Vista kernel uses memory management.
>
> It may be slower at first, but after it is populated it should speed
> things up a bit. But, it does depend on your physical RAM. The more you
> have, the less you need ReadyBoost. And as it's working on filling the
> cache, it's making the computer seem slower (it's not supposed to, as it
> is supposed to be working under a low priority).
>
> --
> Dustin Harper
> dharper@vistarip.com
> http://www.vistarip.com
>
> --
> <edev@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1174618627.218194.249060@n59g2000hsh.googlegr oups.com...
>> On Mar 22, 11:01 am, "Dustin Harper" <dhar...@vistarip.com> wrote:
>>> Well, it says that you have enough physical RAM free:
>>> <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
>>> <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>>>
>>> It's just the virtual memory (Page file) that isn't cutting it for some
>>> reason:
>>> Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
>>> following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
>>> consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
>>> bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>>>
>>> Try takingoutthe USB drive for ReadyBoost and see if that improves the
>>> situation. It will put the pagefile back on the hard drive where it
>>> doesn't
>>> have much of a limit on size.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Dustin Harper
>>> dhar...@vistarip.comhttp://www.vistarip.com
>>>
>>> --<e...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>>
>>> news:1174539758.272878.218010@y66g2000hsf.googlegr oups.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> > Ok, I've got a new M90 with4GBram (of course only 3.25GB show up), I
>>> > put a high speed 2GB card in it for ready boost. With or without the
>>> > readyboost, my system is constantly dying due to low memory.
>>>
>>> > I've got a single Virtual PC (OR a VMware machine)runningthat uses
>>> > 1GB. I then also have Visual Studiorunningworking on a single
>>> > ASP.Net website.
>>>
>>> > Systemresourcesin Taskmanager do not show any major uses of memory
>>> > (Virtual PC doesn't show how much ram it's using, VStudio uses about
>>> > 250MB, DWM uses about 150MB, etc) But Nothing adds up to 3.25 GB!
>>>
>>> > Anyone else have these issues?
>>>
>>> > Thanks!
>>>
>>> > Tim
>>>
>>> > Here is one of the events:
>>>
>>> > Log Name: System
>>> > Source: Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector
>>> > Date: 3/21/2007 11:05:05 PM
>>> > Event ID: 2004
>>> > Task Category: Resource Exhaustion Diagnosis Events
>>> > Level: Warning
>>> > Keywords: Events related to exhaustion of system commit limit
>>> > (virtual memory).
>>> > User: SYSTEM
>>> > Computer: EDEV1
>>> > Description:
>>> > Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The
>>> > following programs consumed the most virtual memory: devenv.exe (5064)
>>> > consumed 259055616 bytes, explorer.exe (5396) consumed 238546944
>>> > bytes, and dwm.exe (2608) consumed 162045952 bytes.
>>> > Event Xml:
>>> > <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
>>> > <System>
>>> > <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector"
>>> > Guid="{9988748e-c2e8-4054-85f6-0c3e1cad2470}" />
>>> > <EventID>2004</EventID>
>>> > <Version>0</Version>
>>> > <Level>3</Level>
>>> > <Task>3</Task>
>>> > <Opcode>33</Opcode>
>>> > <Keywords>0x8000000020000000</Keywords>
>>> > <TimeCreated SystemTime="2007-03-22T04:05:05.404Z" />
>>> > <EventRecordID>20081</EventRecordID>
>>> > <Correlation ActivityID="{6E0A9173-C036-434F-B5DB-556312B09E5B}" /
>>>
>>> > <Execution ProcessID="1260" ThreadID="3788" />
>>> > <Channel>System</Channel>
>>> > <Computer>EDEV1</Computer>
>>> > <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
>>> > </System>
>>> > <UserData>
>>> > <MemoryExhaustionInfo xmlns:auto-ns2="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
>>> > win/2004/08/events" xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Resource/
>>> > Exhaustion/Detector/Events">
>>> > <SystemInfo>
>>> > <SystemCommitLimit>3895939072</SystemCommitLimit>
>>> > <SystemCommitCharge>3721977856</SystemCommitCharge>
>>> > <ProcessCommitCharge>2209579008</ProcessCommitCharge>
>>> > <PagedPoolUsage>97071104</PagedPoolUsage>
>>> > <PhysicalMemorySize>3487068160</PhysicalMemorySize>
>>> > <PhysicalMemoryUsage>2700517376</PhysicalMemoryUsage>
>>> > <NonPagedPoolUsage>94474240</NonPagedPoolUsage>
>>> > <Processes>88</Processes>
>>> > </SystemInfo>
>>> > <ProcessInfo>
>>> > <Process_1>
>>> > <Name>devenv.exe</Name>
>>> > <ID>5064</ID>
>>> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T01:22:33.199Z</CreationTime>
>>> > <CommitCharge>259055616</CommitCharge>
>>> > <HandleCount>2467</HandleCount>
>>> > <Version>8.0.50727.867</Version>
>>> > <TypeInfo>201</TypeInfo>
>>> > </Process_1>
>>> > <Process_2>
>>> > <Name>explorer.exe</Name>
>>> > <ID>5396</ID>
>>> > <CreationTime>2007-03-19T20:41:47.917Z</CreationTime>
>>> > <CommitCharge>238546944</CommitCharge>
>>> > <HandleCount>1160</HandleCount>
>>> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
>>> > <TypeInfo>210</TypeInfo>
>>> > </Process_2>
>>> > <Process_3>
>>> > <Name>dwm.exe</Name>
>>> > <ID>2608</ID>
>>> > <CreationTime>2007-03-22T00:51:46.246Z</CreationTime>
>>> > <CommitCharge>162045952</CommitCharge>
>>> > <HandleCount>189</HandleCount>
>>> > <Version>6.0.6000.16386</Version>
>>> > <TypeInfo>219</TypeInfo>
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>>> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
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>>> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
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>>> > <Name>
>>> > </Name>
>>> > <ID>0</ID>
>>> > <CreationTime>1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z</CreationTime>
>>> > <CommitCharge>0</CommitCharge>
>>> > <HandleCount>0</HandleCount>
>>> > <Version>0.0.0.0</Version>
>>> > <TypeInfo>0</TypeInfo>
>>> > </Process_6>
>>> > </ProcessInfo>
>>> > <PagedPoolInfo>
>>> > <Tag_1>
>>> > <Name>CM25</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>15724544</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_1>
>>> > <Tag_2>
>>> > <Name>ViMm</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>13823792</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_2>
>>> > <Tag_3>
>>> > <Name>MmSt</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>8114336</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_3>
>>> > </PagedPoolInfo>
>>> > <NonPagedPoolInfo>
>>> > <Tag_1>
>>> > <Name>EcCb</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>26984448</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_1>
>>> > <Tag_2>
>>> > <Name>EtwB</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>11546624</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_2>
>>> > <Tag_3>
>>> > <Name>Cont</Name>
>>> > <PoolUsed>7379968</PoolUsed>
>>> > </Tag_3>
>>> > </NonPagedPoolInfo>
>>> > <ExhaustionEventInfo>
>>> > <Time>2007-03-22T04:23:02.018Z</Time>
>>> > </ExhaustionEventInfo>
>>> > </MemoryExhaustionInfo>
>>> > </UserData>
>>> > </Event>- Hide quoted text -
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>>> - Show quoted text -

>>
>> The cache isn't on the Readyboost drive - it simple makes things
>> faster to load (almost like the SuperFetch, only slightly better). My
>> SD is more than 4 times as fast as my 7200 RPM HD though, so it's
>> doing it's job well!
>> However, I have tried with and without the Readyboost to no avail.
>> The new performance information application is pretty darn useless,
>> I've found after working with it... Certainly could use a bit of work
>> - like why can't you kill a task within that? rather than having to
>> do it through TaskManager? Waste of time.
>>
>> Anywho - still have issues with the system. I do know where 512MB
>> went though - I have a 51MB dedicated FX 2500M card in this beast and
>> it *still* sucks up another 512MB of the OS to have a usable 1024MB -
>> Just to run Visual Studio and Freakin' Aero... how irritating is
>> that???
>>
>> Thanks for the ideas folks, keep 'em coming!!
>>
>> Tim
>>

>


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