I have 5 partitions in my computer (C, D, E, F, G), and C: is the system partition.
Recently I changed the page file setting to use 768-768 MB from the G:, without changing the C: default value (256-512 MB).
Everything runs fine until I rebooted my PC.
I unset the G:'s page file before I rebooted my PC.
Well, after I rebooted my PC, my XP becomes VERY slow. damn slow.
I don't know how long I wasted to wait for the boot screen to disappear. (Well, maybe about 1-3 mins. Normally it is under 10 secs)
and when I tried to enter the desktop, it just like using a computer without a VGA card, or VGA driver installed. Very slow.
Any suggestions to fix this problem?
Because I hate to repair-install my XP =\