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Unregistered said:According to the Description next to the Messenger settings in Group Policy Editor, you have to select Enabled to actually disable Messenger.
Unregistered said:Why did you so totally ignore the proper methods and order for installing drivers?????
Unregistered said:...what advantages does putting to page fil on its own partition have speed boost or does it help agasint to windows performance deterioration we all love so much
The pagefile is space allocated on the C: drive for the operating system to use temporarily for operations that exceed the amount of memory available. After a while this file can become fragmented as it is constantly changing size and trying to allocate itself in and around other files on the operating system drive.The solution is to move it to its own partition and set it at a fixed size.
Unregistered said:im not an advanced user i just came across this and wanted to know is it worth putting it on its on partition as i only use this pc for games im not an advanced user just looking to see if it will make my system run smoother and better could someone give me a yes or no? :D
Unregistered said:just wondering guys i have lots of problems with stuttering and drivers i currently use xp sp1 i underclock my system then format install xp sp1 and ati 4.7 any other drivers like 4.8 4.9 or sp2!! gives me so much trouble and general slowness but to my real question what advantages does putting to page fil on its own partition have speed boost or does it help agasint to windows performance deterioration we all love so much
andfitchandyou said:Will changing the Pagefile to one fixed size (but not on its own partition) not keep it from fragmenting?
Unregistered said:My problem is that I have 4.2 GBs of My Documents which is too big for that partition. Do you move My Documents to some other partition..ie...Work partition?
Jimborae said:Just one point as I havn't read it yet & it's probably user error but I wanted to be old school and read this in paper form & proberbly bind it as well for future reference. So I go to the print icon at the page bottom, click it & a lurverly version of the doc appears in a suitable print format. However for A4 size in the print preview it cuts off the right handside of the doc so that it missies off the last few words of each line.I've noticed this in other s-m articles, is this is a print format error or stupid user error?
Jimborae said:...'Fraid that option ain't their either...
Unregistered said:So if I wanted to tidy things up via a new pagefile.sys on a sparklingly defragmented partition, I would...
System Properties>>Advanced>>Performance>>Settings>>Advanced>>Virtual Memory>>Change
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