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I got some new crucial ram in today. It came with a free 2Gb usb! What a great bonus from new egg. Anyway, I set up the ready boost with the usb drive and it blue screens my pc on restart. I removed the drive and my pc boots fine. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm currently oc'd @ 3200Mhz. Also I put the system in default at 2600Mhz and blue screen as well with the ready boost.
post #2 of 28
If it blue screens on restart, disable checking for USB boot using BIOS...
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That is disabled I do believe. It blue screens right at the windows green load bar.
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never had a problem with readyboost...
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Format the usb drive, reformatting it as FAT32 default allocation (not quick format).... then, enable ready boost on it again and see what happens... got sp1 yet??
post #6 of 28
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Ok off to work I'll try that tonight, and yes I haves sp1 and all updates.
post #7 of 28
NOOO

KB929777 UPDATE NOW

ITS BECAUSE YOU HAVE 4GB

theres versions for x32 and x64


and how is that flash drive? I just bought Two of those 4GB kits
    
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readyboost doesn't do much unless you are at a deficit on ram, just ditch the readyboost it won't do anything.
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post #9 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by holtzman View Post
readyboost doesn't do much unless you are at a deficit on ram, just ditch the readyboost it won't do anything.

Negative. It stores superfetch indexing data, which would normally be on the (slower) HDD.
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I use ready boost and I noticed huge gains in games loading almost 50% faster!
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