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post #11 of 20
That's just how it is, same for me. Don't worry lol
post #12 of 20
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That's just how it is, same for me. Don't worry lol
But as long as the service is "automatically" set to manual by Win7 x64, I can be sure that superfetch, prefetch, and ready boost ain't working, right?
post #13 of 20
Set them to disabled to make sure they are disabled.
post #14 of 20
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Set them to disabled to make sure they are disabled.
Ok. Thanks for the info.
post #15 of 20
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Ok. Thanks for the info.
NP, glad to help
post #16 of 20
First of all I'd like to say hi to you guys since this is my first post on this website! Great comunity you got going on here with a lot of usefull information, I simply love it.
Second, I've been reading trough this thread and followed the advices of Sean on page 1 to configure my SSD. I've done it and so far so good, my SSD works perfectly and even the windows rating of said SSD went up with .1 point. Nothing special but good nonetheless. The only odd thing i've noticed is that my secondary hard drives (sata 3 barracudas 1tb each) feel a bit slower. Before doing these tweaks they responded fast and worked fine, now when i try to browse a folder they react a tad slower than before. It's like they need more time to 'think' Is this normal? Did i do something wrong? Excuse my english since I'm not native, trying my best to make my point.
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post #17 of 20
Bump, still no idea what's going on.
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post #18 of 20
You got a 7.9? I only got a 7.7 and was marked down for CPU reasons and I do not know why. HD and Graphics were 7.9.
post #19 of 20
You need to make your own thread to get a chance a more responses.

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Bump, still no idea what's going on.
post #20 of 20
Don't know if you're talking about my ssd but i currently have a 7.5 rating.

EDIT: Yeah I guess making a new thread is a better idea.
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