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Windows 7: SD card readyboost?

01 Dec 2010   #11


Thank you. doing right now. Also if I want I can go back to only using as much of my USB space for ready boost right. Here is a good question. If I dedicate the USB to ready boost. Will it make space for new stuff I try to save onto the USB. Or do I have to go and make it so it does not use as much space again.

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01 Dec 2010   #12

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You will have to allot less space for ReadyBoost. Like any drive without enough space for a file you will get a message. As cheap as these usb sticks are getting I keep a ReadyBoost in the system always and then write and read off another one plugged into a different port.
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