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Windows 7: Pagefile, Temporary Int Files, Temp files reset after update

26 Apr 2013   #11

Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon | Win 7 Ult x64
Problem surfaces again..

Hi, Well, I've been installing updates manually for the past couple of months trying to track down this problem. Today I caught it. The pagefile was on D:\ @ 1024/2048. The TEMP and TMP variables did point to the RAMDrive on H:\. After the update, these had reverted to the defaults as documented in the original post... See attached Screen shots.

I think it's safe to discount the Office updates. All the office updates have never caused this problem from the ones I have tested. The malicious software removal tool has likewise never been seen to cause a problem.

That leaves me with 2813347, 2808735, 2799926 and 2813170.

I'll try a system restore and now install those one by one..

Edit: Well, that didn't help. The problem didn't recur after one by one installs

Temp internet files is not an issue anymore as I have dumped IE and gone to Firefox.

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