Is there any hack to enable ReadyBoost on an storage device at will? It seems to be only available on USB, flash based devices, but at work we have plenty of motherboards with an small ide-like connector and little (512M - 1024M) SSDs connected to it.
The option to enable ReadyBoost on that drive right clicking on it, is, of course, non existant. That's what I'm asking, how to get to it.
Maybe a registry hack? Obscure CLI magic?
The SSD pass the winsat tests with honours, is in no way as fast as a modern SSD, but way faster than common USB flash drives.