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for those who cannot afford an SSD or run a Ram drive.
The point folks and why it will be worth it to me is I am trying to simulate the functionality of the hybrid hard drives with what I have on hand right now. So working with what i have on hand i see a way to make the faster speeds happen. Sure i can get a 32 gig ssd for 45 bucks but if thats all thats needed - why buy a hybrid instead? More space. It wouldn't work for my laptop with only one hard drive slot.
Since this is even faster than the SSD.. seems to me if i could duplicate the functionality of the hybrids using the ram drive, it would be faster than the hybrids, and i'd of course be happy. I need to know exactly what those Adaptive Memory Technology programs choose to save. Then i could duplicate it's functionality exactly.
Covers installing Windows 7 to VHD, installing and configuring Grub4Dos, installing FiRaDisk driver.
Finally, describes loading VHD image into RAM and booting it.
How are you doing it? That may be a great option for my next dedicated Linux machine.
RAM drives have been around forever okay maybe not forever but since I used to think doing cool ANSI skulls was elite and moving your page file onto a RAM drive was cool.