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Force Windows 7 to unload items from memory (not Superfetch)

The question is how to force Windows 7 to REMOVE items from my RAM when they are no longer in use. Because this question is met with 100% resistance I'm going to clarify this once... This question ...
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dir command not working in a specific folder

C:\Users\Shailesh\My Documents>dir Volume in drive C is XXXXXXXX \\never seen these two lines before Volume Serial Number is XXXX-XXXX Directory of C:\Users\Shailesh\My Documents File Not ...
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Cannot boot on Boot Corsair Force 3

Installed a Corsair Force III 60GB, Windows 7 64-bit, It was working fine for a month, then all of a sudden the PC froze, and now I can't boot from the SSD. It says no virtual disk, but I am booting ...
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Vertex 3 with Asus P8P67 Pro (B3) locks up

And by 'locks up' I mean completely locks up. Even the numlock light won't toggle. This happens at completely random times. I have updated the BIOS of the MoBo and the firmware of the SSD numerous ...
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32 to 64-bit with more RAM, or SSD? [closed]

I'm considering either going 64-bit Windows (Dell i7 laptop) or getting an SSD. I can only get one. Things I run a lot: SSMS Visual Studio Office 2010 Lots of programs simultaneously. What will ...
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BlueScreens on my ThinkPad with Windows 7 64 Bit and a SSD (CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION, ntoskernel.exe)

I'm getting BlueScreens about every five days for more than three months. Here's an example: A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. The ...
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Do I need to run defrag on an SSD? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Do SSDs suffer from fragmentation? Is there an advantage to it? I mean, SSD is essentially random access memory.
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3answers
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Windows 7 x64: Moving an install from a 2TB HDD to a 64GB SSD seamlessly. Possible? Worth it?

Let's call the 2TB HDD old install and the 64GB SSD new install... both are running identical Win 7 x64 builds. Here's what I'm thinking: Windows Easy Transfer for profile migration Map "special ...
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Google Chrome 5 on Win7x64 SSD Crash and lost all settings [closed]

Win7 x64 Desktop with Google Chrome 5 installed. No other builds of Chrome. Last used yesterday and working fine when shut down my computer. This morning I opened up Chrome like I usually do on my ...
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2answers
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Are there problems upgrading to 64-bit Windows 7 on a SSD?

I have a Dell M4400 with 32-bit Windows 7 and a solid state disk. Will I run into any problems installing 64-bit Windows 7 on the SSD? Should I reformat the drive? Any other tips?
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1answer
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How should I use my new SSD drive?

I just built a new PC the other day. Specs... Processor: Intel i7-930 quad core CPU CPU Cooler: COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Motherboard: AsRock X58 Extreme 3 RAM/Memory: 6gb G-Skill triple channel ...
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4answers
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Mysterious Windows 7 slowdown problem

I have a fairly beefy machine: Intel Q9450 8GB DDR2800 (4x2) Intel X25-M G2 80GB SSD Several other hard drives Windows 7 Ultimate 64 In the last month I've gotten a mysterious slowdown problem. ...
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2answers
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windows 7 64bit rc with SSD saving problem

I have this problem where, in any application, 95% of the time when i try to save it pops up with a "Save As" dialogue. And if i try to select the original file i get an error popup "The operation ...