When I'm done, the only way to stop the system from going into hiccups whenever I call up something that's been so "exiled" is basically to reboot. Not the answer you're looking for? asked 3 years ago viewed 2044 times active 2 years ago Blog Podcast #103: Grandma, is that you? In Windows Vista and Windows 7, all tools need to be started by right clicking and selecting Run as Administrator! check my blog
daishi Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Oct 22, 2000Posts: 10000 Posted: Tue Jun 24, 2003 4:59 pm quote:Originally posted by jmatt:http://www.tweakxp.com/tweakxp/display.asp?id=31For added security you should always clear the page file upon shutting you're not accessing your pagefile much, so who cares where it is? My latest image is just about 1.6 G compressed. Best regards.
up vote 0 down vote favorite I'm trying to increase my windows pagefile so that multiple applications can "run" concurrently without throwing "system is low on memory" errors. Your cache administrator is webmaster. nothing works. Thanks in advance.
I'll even say "very probably." As I said before, I don't know of any specific problems this would cause. You are still using virtual memory. Right on it and select Modify. Bluewombat59 View Public Profile Send a private message to Bluewombat59 Find all posts by Bluewombat59 #2 01-16-2004, 04:43 PM ESALADUANE Offline Registered User Join Date: Nov 2002 Location:
DriverGuru Senator et Subscriptor Tribus: somewhere in nonpaged pool Registered: Mar 21, 2001Posts: 19784 Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2003 12:22 am > I have always had enough RAM to not use Please make sure to carefully read any instruction that I give you. I don't have a specific problem case, nor mechanism in the OS, that I can point to and say "...and in this situation, lack of an adequate paging file on the Beanaroo Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Nov 17, 2002Posts: 653 Posted: Mon Jun 23, 2003 12:19 pm quote:Originally posted by afalzone:Personally, I would buy a gig of nice, fast ram and disable
What is the aim of modified GR theories? I've also done the change the pagefile location to a different drive routine. But not via the IDE or SCSI connector, because there's no way to tell the drive to position there. And, of course, I only do this because it's my station, on which I aim to very tightly control what happens.So there...
Bluewombat59 View Public Profile Send a private message to Bluewombat59 Find all posts by Bluewombat59 #4 01-16-2004, 07:36 PM ESALADUANE Offline Registered User Join Date: Nov 2002 Location: If you have no page file the same total amount of stuff has to be dropped to disk for the same peak memory load. Well perhaps C was getting full, or he wanted it on another drive that was only going to used for the page file and long term storage, thus increasing his page well...if I'm right, my lack of short term memory about the install led to the rest.
Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Can't Set Paging File Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Display Modes #1 01-16-2004, 02:07 PM Bluewombat59 Offline click site The page file has to be on the boot drive? Jinxo Ars Centurion Tribus: Melbourne, Australia Registered: Sep 15, 1999Posts: 381 Posted: Wed Jun 25, 2003 1:59 pm Personally I'm all for disabling the pagefile entirely.Since I can't control how the My System Info windows windows-xp memory pagefile share|improve this question edited Nov 13 '14 at 21:18 asked Mar 9 '13 at 13:46 Pacerier 8,89147123192 Why do you need such
Windows uses this file as extra ram. Now all that said... And if they DO have physical access and you aren't using NTFS or equivalent-strength encryption on all your data, your "My documents" folder, etc., clearing the pagefile won't do you any news Do you know how to use the Microsoft symbol server?
I have a Gig of RAM and it wants to take 1.5 Gigs of my boot drive. Believe it or not, the OS designers really do know what they're doing... If no one has physical access to your machine, you don't need to clear the pagefile.
Which one is the common wire on this 3-way switch? See my answer below. –Matt H Mar 11 '13 at 21:41 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote A 32bit OS cannot address more than 4GB of RAM (i.e. 2 Registered: Oct 27, 2001Posts: 14887 Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 7:56 am Jinxo, as a somewhat detached observer/participant I really don't think you necessarily pissed anybody off. More about the author I recommand to you to run you Win7 OS in safe mode so that you will be sure that all was configured without problems.
But, of course, you do say there is "-no-" way to control it which would imply you cannot add more memory to your computer.quote:It's basically making a choice between 95% performance They haven't changed it. Ditto for chemistry.Now I can add windows users and driver developers to that list.----Any chance someone could answer the first poster's question though? All in all, PAE is a cumbersome mechanism with limitations.
So even if you had 8GB of RAM in your machine you're stuck with 4GB of addressable RAM because of software limitations.