sigi wrote:Now I found out from the Device Manager that my Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT uses 288MB of memory mapping starting at 3072MB.
sigi wrote:Rather than following your suggestion to use a non-IM ramdisk for ReadyBoost, I created a configuration using FAT32 instead of NTFS.
For the moment, things seem to run fine.
Sometimes TEMP folder requires quite much disk space, especially when you downloading files from the internet or view online videos. (It may fail to download the full files from the internet if there's no enough space on ramdisk when you redirect internet temporary folders or TEMP variables to the ramdisk.)
sigi wrote:did I understand you right that my Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT does not use any "real" memory when memory mapping and that I really have a full 1024MB Invisible memory available for ramdisks?
sigi wrote:My Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT has 512MB dedicated video memory and can request up to 1279MB of system memory by its TurboCache function.
If it does request system memory, will that be from below 3GB, that is from Vista-32 managed memory?
sigi wrote:I could not follow your suggestion
"(property mode->change File System from FAT32 to NTFS ->then click "More" button, tick "Set Permissions for Everyone" option and then tick "Full Control" option, click "Set" button -> click"Modify" button->restart the computer to take effect)"
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