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Tuesday, September 12, 2006 4:42 AM by Sefi]
In some cases even a slower USB device could help. For example an older notebook with 1G ram and a slow HDD (4200RPM). It these cases you can enable readyboost with a slow device.
1. Let Vista test is, and check the Do not Retest this device checkbox.
2. Unplug the device
3. Go to regedit
Make a note of the current devices first to make life easier- Panman
4.find the key related to you device (the device vendor and name is in the key)
5. Change the follwing values:
Device Status 0x02
6. Plug the device, right click on it to open properties and enable cache.
Well I just happened to have a 2Gb SD lying around which ‘failed’ as being Readyboost suitable so I thought, why not.
Certainly seems a little snappier
Usual Caveat applies when messing with the registry, BACK UP FIRST!
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