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Vista Ready Boost - Increase mem performance

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by maracles, Feb 8, 2007.

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  1. maracles

    maracles Thread Starter

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    I did a quick search to see if this feature has been brought up and found nothing, suprising because sounds like a great feature.

    basically if you stick a flash usb 2.0 drive in your computer and select ready boost you should be able to get a better performance from superfeth (again another innovative vista-only gadget to improve performance). However I'm having problems with this and only get the error message:

    The device (IC USB Storage-CFC) will not be used for a ReadyBoost cache because it is not attached to a supported interface.

    I think this could be because my compact flash card id connected to my computer through an external card reader, could anybody clarify if this is the reason for sure?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Sounds right. There are throughput parameters that may not be met that way. How is the reader connected?
     
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