Right-click "Computer" and click properties (alternately, press [Win]+[Pause/Break] instead). Then, click "Advanced system settings" in the sidebar on the left, click the Advanced
tab, click the first of the three [Settings] buttons, and click the Advanced
tab. Spelled out, as a path, it is "Control Panel\System\Advanced system settings\Advanced\Settings (#1)\Advanced." There, under "Virtual Memory" you should see "Total paging file size for all drives." That is the number we are looking for.
Let me add that while Windows has always calculated file and disk sizes incorrectly (which will cause numbers not to add up), that a fresh Windows 7 Professional installation using over 128 GB is way off the charts. In the past, I have installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64, plus all the programs I use, onto a 25 GB partition with space (~8 GB) to spare.
You might want to check your SSD's visible capacity and partitioning, just to make sure that the RAID configuration and partitioning are correct. To do that, press [Win]+[R], type "diskmgmt.msc" and press [Enter]. If you don't understand what you see, perhaps you could post a screenshot of it here. To capture the foreground window only, press [Alt]+[PrintScreen].
Edited by Techie007 - 10/30/13 at 7:25pm