From: Theo Grimmelikhuijsen on
Thanks everybody for the advise, I will try some things

"Bert Hyman" <bert(a)> schreef in bericht
> In news:4c5da74c$0$14123$703f8584(a) "Theo
> Grimmelikhuijsen" <tggrimm(a)> wrote:
>> But I have a mini-laptop, hard disk only 12 gb, split up in two
>> partitions, C: 4 gb and D: 8 gb.
>> Windows and some necessary files are on the C-drive
>> Starting up the systems says there is not enough space on C, and is
>> very very slow, that is the reason of my question
> If your paging file is on your C: partition, consider moving it to your
> D: partition, making sure that it's not configured to a fixed size
> that's too large.
> Right-click "My Computer", select "Properties", click the "Advanced"
> tab, click the "Settings" button in the "Performance" area, select the
> "Advanced" tab in the "Performance Options" dialog, then click the
> "Change" button in the "Virtual memory" area.
> If you choose to change the settings, consider changing the C drive
> setting to "No paging file", and in the D drive setting, select "System
> managed size."
> --
> Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN bert(a)

From: Bert Hyman on
In news:Xns9DCDA909669CCnilch1(a) Nil
<rednoise(a)> wrote:

> I believe you are forced to leave a small vestigial paging file on the
> C: drive,


> but you can create a large primary one on D.

Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN bert(a)