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    Default Page file question

    I have my page file on drive F. I had it set to a specific size. The other day I had to do a repair and now I go back and have two page files. One on the OS side drive C and also on drive F. It has been over a year and a half since I have done this and I don't do it often can anyone remind me what size the page file of my drive f should be and what size the one on drive c should be? I know I can't delete the page file on c because I have tried and it would not let me. Anyone? Thanks.
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    Mar 2009
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    Default Re: Page file question

    the pagefile is usualy 1.5X the amount of memory u have in your system if i remember correcly.

    so if u have 512MB the pagefile would be 768MB, 2GB it would be 3GB and so on, usualy u can just leave it at 1024 or 2048.

    1024 should be more then enough for XP
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