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XP - Vitual Memory Problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by graz0, Dec 16, 2001.

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  1. graz0

    graz0 Thread Starter

    Dec 16, 2001
    Well hpoefully someone can help out here...interesting problem for those who like a tough one:

    I upgraded from win2k to XP just fine...have only 1 issue upon startup I get a message saying no virtual cache has been setup on my hard drive - and looking into my control panel I can see this is the case - 0 Mb allocated despite the entry of min/max set to 800mb! Well in the registry under memory management I see the right key set for the 800 Mb min/max paging files but why is there none actually set?
    MS Technet site under 2k issues suggested setting the values fro min/max for zero mb rebooting then reset and reboot...but hey this does not work.

    Any ideas where else to look in my registry?
    Go on ....mail me you if you can find more info - I may issue a prize to the first to solve this one.

  2. Dan O

    Dan O

    Feb 13, 1999
    Cache is managed by the Cache Manager. What the status of your Cache Manager? Also chech the Event Log for problems reported for the Cache Manager, and post them here.
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