|29 Apr 2009||#3|
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Its ok, but not ideal.
If you have the pagefile set with variable min/max settings then it will likely cause fragmentation of the drive slowing the access times up after a while. Ideally you want the pagefile on its own hard drive if you can afford that or on a dedicated partition on a second hard drive.
Ive moved both pagefile and indexing off c: drive to help alleviate useage of c:.
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