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My C drive is running out of space and sometimes when viewing large flash vidio on Chrome there is notification that the disk is running low. I want to change the cache location of such flash cache files to ramdisk. I found something like this: %appdata%\Adobe\Flash Player but this doesn't seems to be the location I am looking for. Does anyone know the correct directory of such cache?

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Since you are referring to your drive as "C" drive, i assume you are using windows.

You can use this software to solve your problem. (if you dont already have a ramdisk solution).

Finally, add --disk-cache-dir="E:\BrowserCache" to your chrome shortcut, where "E" stands for your ramdisk drive.

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Thanks, actually I already configured ramdisk, what I wish to know is the location of the flash cache on chrome I mentioned. – StCee Jan 20 '13 at 17:14
answer is updated – Lorenzo Von Matterhorn Jan 20 '13 at 17:14
Hmm I also did this but seems like Flash cache is stored separately from other cache. – StCee Jan 20 '13 at 17:19

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