Increase Windows 7 speed using a USB Flash

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How can i increase my windows 7 pc speed using a USB flash drive?

Is this possible?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Increase Windows 7 speed using a USB Flash

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Yes it is possible follow the instructions that I will give you for you to enable that said feature. You can do this by inserting your flash drive and when you have inserted the flash drive go to my computer and then right click the flash drive and then you will see a ready boost tab and then select the setting that you prefer and I would recommend you to dedicate your flash drive to your system for a faster computer after that click apply and then ok.

Now your flash drive will be used for the ready boost system.

Have a nice day sir

 

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Increase Windows 7 speed using a USB Flash

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Besides doing that on your computer to speed up Windows 7, there is also a different method of increasing your system’s performance by speeding up your hard drive’s speed. Here is how you can do it.

  • Click Start then Run.
  • Type sysedit.exe or simply sysedit then hit Enter.
  • From the System Configuration Editor window, expand or select the system.ini window.
  • Scroll down almost to the end of the file till you find a line called “[386enh]”.
  • Press Enter to make one blank line, and in that line type:

    • Irq14=4096
  • Click on the File menu, then choose Save.
  • Close the System Configuration Editor window and then reboot your computer.

This method doesn’t do much good on SATA hard drives and is best used on IDE hard drives. This method requires 256 MB RAM and higher and if you are using a lesser memory don’t attempt on applying it. This configures a "magical" buffer or a special buffer whose task is to optimize the memory to better handle the interrupts emerged due to the disk. And one thing more, the “Irq14=4096” is case sensitive. Type it exactly as it appears.

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