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Windows 7: Readyboost HELP

10 Jan 2010   #21

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No problem, glad it worked out for you.

You can always manually update the driver later on but for now ReadyBoost works, don't try and fix it.

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10 Jan 2010   #22
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Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nemix77 View Post
No problem, glad it worked out for you.

You can always manually update the driver later on but for now ReadyBoost works, don't try and fix it.

Readyboost may work, but it may not buy you anything - it may actually slow down your system. Do you see a performance improvement or did you make any comparitive measurements?
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