I would like to remove the pagefile from my SSD drive to my 1TB hard drive. The answer below goes a long way to solving the problem.
However the answer by Camille suggests that even if I move the pagefile to my hard drive that windows will still create a pagefile on the system drive in order to write kernel memory dumps in the event of a crash.
1.) As a rule of thumb approximately how big is this page file for Kernel memory dumps compared to the pagefile that is moved to the hard drive?
2.) What would happen if I removed this Kernel Memory dump pagefile from my SSD as shown by Camille? I've never managed to use anything from a memory dump in which case is it fair to say I would not miss it?
3.) Microsoft seem to suggest that you should put the pagefile in a partition on the 2nd drive. I have used on 10GB out of 1000GB on my 2nd drive so far would it still be possible to partition this? If I am unable to partition will this create a big problem in terms of moving the pagefile to the hard drive?
4.) What would be the optimal solution in my case?
Move the pagefile to a partition on 2nd hard drive while keeping the Kernel memory dump page file of my SSD.
Or as above but removing the Kernel memory dump pagefile from my SSD?