I have an old HP iPaq with a CF card of 16 GB. New card, old device. It works fine. Or worked fine, I should say, since it fell to the ground and is damaged beyond repair... So I have a new and more modern iPaq now. Unfortunately, the new one uses a mini-SD card and not CF. So now I have a huge CF card available as additional storage for my PC.
Then I noticed a question here at SU about ReadyBoost and couldn't help but wonder... I have a 64-bits Vista system with 12 GB of RAM. Quite a lot already. (But needed for some processes.) Thus, ReadyBoost could use more than the 4 GB limit that ReadyBoost has on 32-bits systems. So questions:
1) Could I use this card as a ReadyBoost card for Vista-64 to increase the amount of RAM even further? 2) If it works, would the performance of my system increase? 3) Has anyone ever tried this already?