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  1. barnhart.brazil

    barnhart.brazil Thread Starter

    Jul 10, 2007
    Hi folks, hope this is finding y'all well.

    Got a quickie regarding Vista's feature called SuperFetch. From what I understand it is designed to prepare maintenance tasks to be run during idle CPU times.

    Why would this service automatically shut itself down, or error out? If Vista is supposed to be "self-healing", then how is it that this native Vista feature can't figure out how to keep itself alive?

    Further, does this feature erroring out have any impact on other elements (memory management, buffering, file extension recognition, etc)? Every once in a while I have to reboot in order to be able to re-activate the right-click features in the explorers.

    Looking forward to your feedbacks!

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