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Why doesn't Windows utilize readyboost devices?

I have a 4 GB Verbatim USB 2.0 Flash drive plugged into one of the rear USB ports on my computer. Windows detects this as a device that can be used for ReadyBoost, and I have selected that the ...
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Make ReadyBoost cache more aggressively

I have always had a 32GB high-speed Transcend SD card in my laptop for ReadyBoost, but it isn't very helpful because Windows isn't making heavy use of it: the cache size is usually 2 GB or less and ...
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Should I Use Flash Card Or USB Flash Drive With eBoostr (ReadyBoost) For Windows XP?

I have 1GB of RAM and would like to know what kind of memory device will be best for use with eBoostr (something like ReadyBoost). I have heard that flash cards are faster than USB flash drives. What ...
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Force ReadyBoost to be Persistent Across Reboots? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to stop ReadyBoost from rebuilding cache after every restart on SD cards and flash drives? I'm running Windows 7 x64. I'm using ReadyBoost with a lot of flash ...
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How to stop ReadyBoost from rebuilding cache after every restart on SD cards and flash drives?

On my computers (running windows 7 and vista and using SD cards and flash drives) ReadyBoost rebuilds cache after every reboot. Because of this and 5400RPM HDD, it takes several minutes for computer ...