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15-Nov-2011, 02:01 AM #1
can't start sysmain
Trying to enable ready boost (is it worth it?) getting the error This device cannot be used for ReadyBoost. ReadyBoost is not enabled because the service responsible for ReadyBoost (Sysmain) has been turned off on this computer"

Right-click the Services and run it as administrator, Scrolled down to Superfetch. Right-click > properties > Startup type: Automatic > Apply > OK > start

I get error 2 the system cannot find the file as specified.

The file is where it should be in windows/sys32

Any ideas
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15-Nov-2011, 07:47 AM #2
You can start to keep their credibility,
but can not ask others to do it for you.
You can ask myself to be treated well with people,
but you can not expect people will do the opposite.
When you're good to them, they are supposed to better get back to you.
Remember this if not you will always see your troubles in your life.
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