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Windows 7: aero

10 Apr 2009   #11
mista

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by YupYup View Post
You will not get that if you have a flash drive.
how is that


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10 Apr 2009   #12
mista

windows 7
 
 

can i enable it from anywhere ,,,control panel may be
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10 Apr 2009   #13
YupYup

Win 7
 
 

Sorry i misread your post, you should have the policies tab but it may be grayed out. I don't know of any command line functions for windows 7, however you can download this attachment. The tool will allow you to set the cache options, instructions on how to use it are here.


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10 Apr 2009   #14
Orbital Shark

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by YupYup View Post
Sorry i misread your post, you should have the policies tab but it may be grayed out. I don't know of any command line functions for windows 7, however you can download this attachment. The tool will allow you to set the cache options, instructions on how to use it are here.
Nice 1 YupYup that could prove to be a very handy tool.
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10 Apr 2009   #15
Orbital Shark

 
 

mista, it would be an idea to extract to your root directory (e.g. c:\) then when you run 'Command Prompt' you won't need to direct yourself to a specific folder.

I would suggest using this option
dskcache +w /i c:
use /i for IDE drive & /s for SCSI drives but this is explained in the link by YupYup
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11 Apr 2009   #16
mista

windows 7
 
 

i do not understand anything ,,, can you be more clear ,,,, please describe each single step to do it,,,
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11 Apr 2009   #17
Orbital Shark

 
 

Ok,

Step 1: click the diskcache.zip file mentioned in post #13 by YupYup. Once the dialog box opens choose 'Open'. A second message will display, just click 'Allow' and this will open explorer. Click 'Extract all files' and enter C:\ when the box appears then click 'Extract'.

Step 2: In the Start Menu search bar, type 'cmd' then press enter. Type in 'cd\' and press enter, this will take you to the root directory.

Step 3: Type dskcache +w /i c: (use /i for IDE drive & /s for SCSI drives but this is explained in the link by YupYup).

That should do the trick. You may also need to restart your PC.
@YupYup if i've missed anything then please jump in
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11 Apr 2009   #18
mista

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
Ok,

Step 1: click the diskcache.zip file mentioned in post #13 by YupYup. Once the dialog box opens choose 'Open'. A second message will display, just click 'Allow' and this will open explorer. Click 'Extract all files' and enter C:\ when the box appears then click 'Extract'.

Step 2: In the Start Menu search bar, type 'cmd' then press enter. Type in 'cd\' and press enter, this will take you to the root directory.

Step 3: Type dskcache +w /i c: (use /i for IDE drive & /s for SCSI drives but this is explained in the link by YupYup).

That should do the trick. You may also need to restart your PC.
@YupYup if i've missed anything then please jump in


in the first step there is no explorer which you said and no Extract all files
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11 Apr 2009   #19
YupYup

Win 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mista View Post
in the first step there is no explorer which you said and no Extract all files
You can click "save" if open is not working for you, after it downloads you can choose "open" or "open folder". If you choose open folder you will need to open the file, once it is open you can extract or just drag the file to your C drive.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
Ok,

Step 1: click the diskcache.zip file mentioned in post #13 by YupYup. Once the dialog box opens choose 'Open'. A second message will display, just click 'Allow' and this will open explorer. Click 'Extract all files' and enter C:\ when the box appears then click 'Extract'.

Step 2: In the Start Menu search bar, type 'cmd' then press enter. Type in 'cd\' and press enter, this will take you to the root directory.

Step 3: Type dskcache +w /i c: (use /i for IDE drive & /s for SCSI drives but this is explained in the link by YupYup).

That should do the trick. You may also need to restart your PC.
@YupYup if i've missed anything then please jump in
Step 2: Command prompt needs to be run as administrator, so use "CTRL+SHIFT+Enter" instead of just "Enter"

Step 3: Use "c:\dskcache +w c:" that way the user does not have to worry about changing directories ( /i and /s are optional as default is both)
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12 Apr 2009   #20
mista

windows 7
 
 

i know that ,,,, it's Very disturbing from me to ask all these question but,,,, it is not working
it need an administrator permission ,,, but my account is an administrator

the second ,,that is the save mode it is not working
and my program installed in my pc it is not exist in the Uninstall program menu


pleaase done leave me ,,,,,help
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