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March 12, 2017

Modify disk cache to speed up XP

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 6:06 pm
Disk caching plays a critical role in XP operation, but the default I/O page file is more conservative. So,
For different memory, the use of different disk cache is a good practice.
A.) run “regedit”;
B.) go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Session ManagerMemory Management\\IoPageLockLimit];
C.) modify your sixteen decimal value based on your memory:
64M: 1000;
128M: 4000;
256M: 10000;
512M or larger: 40000
D.) restart
90 reduce disk scan waiting time
Under DOS, type “chkntfs/t:0”
Disk caching plays a critical role in XP operation, but the default I/O page file is more conservative. So,
For different memory, the use of different disk cache is a good practice.
A.) run “regedit”;
B.) go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Session ManagerMemory Management\\IoPageLockLimit];
C.) modify your sixteen decimal value based on your memory:
64M: 1000;
128M: 4000;
256M: 10000;
512M or larger: 40000
D.) restart
90 reduce disk scan waiting time
Under DOS, type “chkntfs/t:0”

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