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post #5238 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2015, 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post


Well, that is why I say to simply shrink it and not to disable it. wink.gif

I can make a custom OS w/ updates no issue. I just did one the other day using Win Toolkit.

Even when i shrink it to 2048mb i get weird issues in Windows like my some programs don't start normally on a cold boot so i have to restart in order to get them working again..

Also my desktop gadgets don always run on a cold boot and sometimes i have to do several restarts in order to get them to work..

I also tried the win toolkit and it doesn't work at all.. i installed my chipset drivers and installed the windows but i get nothing but trouble with it, IMO just install a normal WIndows and leave it a lone if you want to make it work correctly.

These so called "optimizations" are nothing but trouble and causes Windows corruption.. the only things you can disable is hybernation and trim etc. the rest causing windows corruptions and other weird issues...

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