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Windows 7: Dedicated USB flash for ReadyBoost.

08 Mar 2016   #11

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Andyrids View Post
Ready Boost should just stay configured / dedicated after you do it for the first time.. Exception to the rule being if you unplug the Flash Drive and use it in another system the Ready Boost cache will get removed and you will have to do it again, same applies even if you are multi booting using the same computer.

Have you tried using Ready Boost with an SD card instead ?
Actually I havent tried it. I would need to get some USB adapter as I dont have slot for the SD card on my desk PC...

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08 Mar 2016   #12

Windows 7 x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LMiller7 View Post
With an SSD and 4 GB RAM ReadyBoost is likely to impair performance.
Yes I have noticed that happen on systems even without an SSD, but has 4GB RAM.
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