I would like to know whether and how you can setup a computer to boot into RAM. I have 16GB of DDR3 1600MHz RAM.
Could it be done in Windows? If not, maybe in a light version of Unix?
You'd have to get a bit of background: I've built a high spec computer. In Windows Index it is 7.5 + for all but the hard drive.
I have been experimenting with a RAM disk inside Windows running virtual machines with great success. I was woundering if you could boot a enviroment in a computer Directly in to a RAM disk as its primary hard drive.
From what I have seen is that there is an image of what's supposed to be on the RAM disks but the methods below haven't seamed seamless though.
As at boot I would like to take an image and put it into RAM, save it to an HD often so I don't get a corrupted system and can use it as a day to day computer.
A live CD that is dynamic. I don't want an OS specific set to running in RAM like bartpe and Ubuntu. I want a normal computer OS to be set in to RAM.