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[quote=caktus] [quote=ndebord] [quote=caktus] [quote=ndebord] Charlie, This is what I show with that R: drive..... [/quote] I have reinstalled RamDisk with default settings (the previous installation was set to 64M) but still, after using the computer for a while, R:\Tenp folder remains empty. I redounloaded RamDisk and installed with default settings and again, after using the comuter for a while R:\Temp folder remains enpty. RamDisk is appearantly working because the computer is extremely fast. The only time the computer is slow (I am using dialup) is while I am downloading videos and even then the computer is unusually fast. I notice that there are links to several different ramdrives at [url=http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/05/27/free-ramdisk-for-windows-vista-xp-2000-and-2003-server/]mydigitallife[/url] Could I be using the wrong ramdrive?[/quote] Charlie, FYI, in terms of Windows 7, you need a different ramdrive This was recommended to me by a friend. http://memory.dataram.com/products-and-services/software/ramdisk#download-ramdisk Don't know anything about it and I'm just starting to look at Windows7 stuff.[/quote] Thanks for the info, ndebord. I wasn't aware of the ramdisk problem with Windows 7. A friend with Windows 7 blamed me for giving him a bum steer about using ramdisk.:O I'll have to pass this along to him. Also, thanks for the info on KM 1.6. It has been sounding as if 1.6 is much faster in all cases but I am waiting for the final release as health problems and meds make even small tasks such as troubleshooting and customizing rather difficult.:( But as soon as 1.6 is in final release I will certainly give it a run for it's money.[/quote]
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