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    Am goin to be dropping some computer tricks and tips mostly for windows 7. All gurus are welcome to contribute.

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    Up next is, how to use ur Flash or Memory card as a RAM. This happen in case u hav low RAM. But it work on those RAM with atleast 512mb.

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    Instructions
    1. Insert your flash drive into a USB port. If
    you have auto-play enabled, there
    should be an option in the menu that
    appears that says, "Speed Up My
    System" that will allow you to enable
    ReadyBoost.
    2. Click the "ReadyBoost" tab.
    3. To use the entire flash drive to increase
    RAM, click "Dedicate this device to
    ReadyBoost."
    4. To use less than the entire flash drive
    for ReadyBoost, click "Use this device"
    and move the slider to the amount of
    space you would like to use.
    5. Click "OK."
    6. Right click the drive letter, and choose
    properties.
    7. Look for the ReadyBoost Tab, and select
    it.
    8. Look for the option to enable the flash
    drive as RAM, and allocate the amount
    of space on the drive you wish to use
    as RAM. Remember, most systems max
    out at 4GB RAM. So if you have a drive
    larger than that, or 2GB RAM already,
    you need to remember this limitation
    so as to prevent damage to your
    system.
    Tips & Warnings
    ReadyBoost is only available in Windows
    Vista and Windows 7.
    You should be running a minimum of
    512MB of built-in RAM before using
    ReadyBoost.
    Flash Memory will help your RAM, but it is
    not the same type of memory as RAM, and
    can be expected to run a little slower.
    Do not rely on this to be your memory
    upgrade long because it cannot take the
    place of real RAM; you should upgrade to
    real RAM sticks as soon as possible, or
    upgrade your motherboard if you can no
    longer upgrade your RAM.
    ReadyBoost does not effect the data on
    your flash drive.
    For ReadyBoost to work effectively, you
    should have at least 1GB of available space
    on your flash drive.
    If you are not seeing the option to use
    readyboost, your flash drive does not meet
    the minimum read rate/data transfer
    speed to be used as RAM. When it comes
    to choosing a flash drive to use as RAM,
    look at the specifications before you
    purchase it to see if it is ReadyBoost
    compatible.

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    up next, hw to change ur windows 7 logon screen picture.

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    my windows 7 laptop doesn't come on anymore. it shows a black screen at the startup and it doesn't boot. what do I do?


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