The problem is that those two drives are relatively slow (WD Intellipower =~ 5400RPM), so I'm not 100% sure that this is the best way to go. Not that it wasn't doing that (it did work for a week before the re-emergence of issues) but gosh, it's such a slippery issue to troubleshoot, not least because it can The article says nothing about it. like for example: if you have a small amount of RAM in your system, windows will use more HDD space for on the fly access "DO TO" limited physical RAM.
Or shutting down at random. Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Forum Rules PC GAMING PC Gaming Discussion Tech help! October 15, 2012 BigT Thanks for shedding some light on the Myth. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
So I tried Windows built in backup. Until then, the machine slows to a crawl or is unusable anyway. The new PC did EXACTLY the same thing - the only common part was wall socket and 4-way power plug so I swapped sockets/used a new 4 way and it's never
Privacy Steam Group Twitter Support RPS Register Help Remember Me? This is the nasty setup - the one where one part is causing another to fail which then causes ACTUAL problems - it can get expensive... Making a system backup. Myth: Disabling the Page File Improves Performance Some people will tell you that you should disable the page file to speed up your computer.
And sometimes the bluescreen is about paging errors, or graphics card driver errors, or anything. I started it up and it claimed it was going to take 10 hours. The thinking goes like this: the page file is slower than RAM, and if you have enough RAM, Windows will use the page file when it should be using RAM, slowing https://books.google.com/books?id=79i1lfAqumUC&pg=PA32&lpg=PA32&dq=New+PC+not+paging+at+all.+:(&source=bl&ots=kwEXm5goei&sig=WZRy3G1J-aHw4B-oszvqWPNJ1fk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjb1vnMl9zRAhWq5oMKHVfUDZQQ6AEIIjAC October 11, 2012 Ahmad Good article but there are few points that should have been cleared out. 1.
For example in a machine with 4GB RAM installed the Windows-managed pagefile.sys ends up being 4GB. October 13, 2012 ahmet guys, do you know how to change the paging strategy of windows, because after i have about 85% ram usage, my pc gets sooo slow, because windows Having a page file won’t slow down your computer – but if your computer is using its page file a lot, you should probably get some more RAM. Join over 733,556 other people just like you!
If you have ungodly amounts of RAM, like 32Gig and use half (16G) for a RAM drive, you probably want to use it to place your page file on. I wrote a fantasy novel, called Lavender! We also need to consider Solid State Drives (SSD's) too! Keeping a small page file that Windows is allowed to expand in a worst-case scenario is not going to negatively impact performance 95% of the time and can save your bacon
Assuming that Windows will already be using the system drive if it needs to use the page file, this spreads out the hard drive activity instead of concentrating it on one As you may know, these drives are nothing but non-volatile RAM - which is way faster than any hard drive. you lose that much of your HD space . I wrote a fantasy novel, called Lavender!
You’ll see your computer’s hard disk light blinking as this happens. I have the card installed correctly, and I have tried using only the new ram stick I got today, and tried moving the ram card to try it on each slot Caveat: I only disable the page file on machines with at least 8Gb of ram, and always disable it on machines with 12Gb or more. October 11, 2012 Orlando You failed to mention that page file may act differently in an SSD.
DID YOU KNOW?For years scientists thought that the Tapetail fish, the Bignose fish, and the Whalefish were completely separate species, but studying the body structures of the three types and DNA I went for a while without a graphics card, and finally I got one today (ATI Radeon 5670) and I also bought a 2GB stick of ddr3 ram. So I know what I'm talking about.
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the OS will not spend time resizing it. Join our site today to ask your question. Reply With Quote 22-06-2016,02:53 PM #9 Fumarole View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Secondary Hivemind Nexus Join Date Jun 2011 Location California Posts 4,296 Originally Posted by Serenegoose I really Published 10/11/12 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (35) Comments (35) October 11, 2012 Sarunas I think there is an error "Windows will try to move data you aren’t using to the page
If paging is slow, paging to fragmented pagefile is much slower! I thought it was the motherboard, and replaced it, and of course it worked like an absolute charm for more than week of solid gameplay fun before, I shut it down This is standard memory management/virtual memory… October 13, 2012 Neil I see issues with pagefiles getting fragmented - each time Windows changes the size of the pagefile there is the risk