System Restore

Started by Bruford

System Restore   27 June 2013, 03:27

Win 7 64
Making of System Restore Point is not work by error when using this Ramdisk.
Error code is 0x8004230F.
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System Restore   28 June 2013, 01:47

Try installing the latest beta version and create a RAM disk with the Hard Disk Emulation turned on.

System Restore   28 June 2013, 02:24

Thank you Andrew for your reply.
The latest beta version is OK.
But this one, it became impossible to make a pagefile.sys to ramdisk when reboot system.
VD

System Restore   28 June 2013, 12:49

> But this one, it became impossible to make a pagefile.sys to ramdisk when reboot system.

This is a known issue. Hopefully will be fixed soon.
Joey

Re: System Restore   14 November 2013, 19:42

What's the progress with eliminating the "pagefile after reboot" issue ?
I'm thinking about using powershell to create a batch file to create a pagefile after user logs in, but I'm not even 10% sure it is possible.
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Re: System Restore   14 November 2013, 20:13

Sorry, no progress so far.

You may want to reconsider the idea of placing a pagefile on a RAM drive as it's a bad idea. Because by design the pagefile is used by Windows to store RAM pages in it. If your system has lots of RAM, you can turn it off completely. Otherwise it's like storing RAM in RAM. You can find a detailed explanation here.
Joey

Re: System Restore   18 November 2013, 18:15

Ohh, pity. I'll try with creating the pagefile through a batch.

Disabling pagefile completely isn't that easy thing. No matter how many RAM there is (I've worked on 8/16GB workstations), windows always whines about lack of memory. Despite that w/o pagefile OS noticeably works slower.

Anyway there won't be 100% perfect solution for all cases wink

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