Joe, 19:46 #14 Re: Can't change pagefile zeiterfassung excel vorlage 2014 size (WinXP Home SP1) Bert, Glad it all worked out OK with the regedit entry.
Any ideas would be appreciated., 18:23 #2, re: Can't change pagefile size (WinXP Home SP1).
My new Sony laptop won't allow me to change the pagefile size.
I've tried working in Safe Mode - no good.To have Windows choose the best paging file size, click System managed size.Bert, 19:11 #13 Re: Can't change pagefile size (WinXP Home SP1) Bob, With Win2k they were two different versions of the registry editor.Exe go to, ssion ManagerMemory Management.Microsoft strongly cricket game by screen size recommends that you do not disable or delete the paging file.Under, drive Volume Label, click the drive that contains the paging file you want to change.You can specify pagefile location and size by modifying the PagingFiles value under the ManagerMemory Management registry subkey.Wonder what the reason was for serif webplus essentials deluxe such specifics?Ensure the values are correct and click.Usually, you should leave the paging file at its recommended size, although you might increase its size if you routinely use programs that require a lot of memory.Have you changed any security settings for the drive on which the pagefile is located?img src/S/f border0 altclapping width19 height23.With Regedt32 you could view the registry in read only mode to make accidental changes to the registry more difficult.Mitch Tulloch is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and widely recognized expert on Windows administration, deployment and virtualization.Initial size (MB) or, maximum size (MB) box, and then click, set.
Anything larger than that is a waste of the host's disk space.If this happens, perform the following steps: Start regedt32.exe (not regedit.Increases typically do not require a restart. 15:32 #1, can't change pagefile size (WinXP Home SP1).On the, advanced tab, under, performance, click, settings.Open System in Control Panel.However the relevant key was at n ManagerMemory Management Thanks to everyone for all the help and ideas.
Note, to open System, click, start, click, control Panel, click, performance and Maintenance, and then click, system.
Are you running the ntfs file system?