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    How do i set a drive to be used as the page file... i saw someone suggest doing this somewhere in these forums but i can't remember where... anyways if you could tell me that would be great oh and what size should i make it.. i currently have 256 mb sdram.. thanks.

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    go to system properties - advanced tab - performance settings button - advanced tab - change button for virtual memory

    there it will list all the drives you have, and you should be able to setup ur page file ;)

    have fun and gl :thumb:
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    thanks : peace2:

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    oh and how large should i make the page file... should i just follow the recommendations or what

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    I also like to use double my physical memory

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    It really depends on what you use your machine for and who you ask...

    If you ask moi and I use mine for Internet/Benchmarking/Reviews/College Work/Occassional Game then the minimum I set it to is equal to system memory, and maximum double system memory :)
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