Originally Posted by ConteoAMD
erm dont know, im defragging now
Cool. Well, when you've done, you just need to set the page file up like the below, except
on your C: drive instead of a second drive like mine, unless you have a second drive
I've chosen a 3GB page file because I have a second, dedicated HDD, just for the page file, but if you don't, it is generally recommended to have a page file size of about 1.5x, to 2.5x your RAM size. So, if you've got 512MB of RAM, I'd recommend 1280MB of page file (1280 in the initial and maximum boxes), if you've got 1GB (1024MB) of RAM, I'd recommend putting in 1536 in both the initial and max boxes and if you've got 2GB or more of RAM, well, you could probably get away with no page file at all, but I'd recommend 512MB or 1024MB of page file, just to be safe
It is almost always better to manually set-up the page file size, than let Windows manage
it for you and almost always best to have the same size initial and max page file size.