Re: removable device / ready boost issue
Spiriit - from his original,post "...I have deleted the device in Device
"Spirit" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Check Device Manager and delete the 16 gig stick.
> "Wonderman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>I had initially put in an old stick that was a 16 not intending to use ot
>>for ReadyBoost obviously. But Vista is still stuck showng that as the
>>capacity for RB.
>> Any way to reset ?
>> "AJR" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> "16MB" are you sure? Requirement for ReadyBoost external storage
>>> reuires a capacity between 256 MB and 4 GB.
>>> All devices will not function a a ReadyBoost deivice. Windows, vis
>>> properties option, will test the device and state whether or not it is
>>> If device is OK - there is a "slider" made avialble (propertied) by
>>> which you can set the space to reserve for ReadyBoost.
>>> "Wonderman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>>I have a 16MB memory stick I initially inserted in the built in reader
>>>>in my desktop. I removed it and inserted a 1G stick and looked at the
>>>>Ready Boost tab under properties. It still shows 16MB.
>>>> I have deleted the device in Device Manger and scanned for new
>>>> hardware. It isntalls the reader jsut fine but no matter what I do it
>>>> still shows 16MB and therefore precludes the use of ReadyBoost. Any
>>>> ideas welcome.