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From: Uncle Grumpy on 4 Jan 2006 16:48
A RAM disk has no value in the use today's computers.
From: R. McCarty on 4 Jan 2006 17:01
Concise, Global, Absolute answer - but totally lacking in supportive
evidence or personal experience to validate what you say.
"Uncle Grumpy" <unclegrumpy(a)ameritech.net> wrote in message
>A RAM disk has no value in the use today's computers.
From: Ken Blake, MVP on 4 Jan 2006 17:08
> I have noticed that Windows XP and 2003 come with a RAM Disk driver. I
> have installed the Windows RAM Disk Controller and the Windows RAM
> Disk Device (Volume) but I don't seem to have created a RAM disk. I
> have looked at KB257405 which gives the Windows 2000 sample RAM Disk
> driver and used these registry settings with no sucess.
> Can someone please tell me how to get the RAM Disk driver working with
> Windows XP and 2003 or tell me that it is not possible to get this
> driver working. I know that there are a number of free / commercial
> RAM Disks on the market, however I'd rath stick to a driver that is
> built into Windows.
Except for a rare person with very special needs, or someone with
substantially more RAM than he needs, using a RAM disk is counterproductive
in Winodws. What do you want to use this RAM disk for?
Ken Blake - Microsoft MVP Windows: Shell/User
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From: Uncle Grumpy on 4 Jan 2006 18:10
R. McCarty wrote:
> Concise, Global, Absolute answer - but totally lacking in supportive
> evidence or personal experience to validate what you say.
S O F U C K I N G W H A T ? ? ?
I'm right. That's all that matters.