Also, about your moving the page file: You moved it to another partition,
but is that partition o another physical HD?? If not, move it back, as the
system, while reading/writing the pagefile, has to move a long way to
another part of the disk instead of being at least somewhere near the data,
thus creating a slowdown of the computer...
The page is usually better off being on the boot/system partition or on
another physical HD
It being on another physical HD can speed up disk access for programs
slightly, as the disk heads are usually near the data used, the pagefile
access being on the other HD...
Most learned on these newsgroups
(translations from/to FI not always accurate
> See this MS KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299904/en-us
> Apparently there is a 15 minute wait after enough space is made available
> for the suspended message to go away.
>> On the system restore tab of system properties I have tried to allocate
>> less disk space for system restore points, and turned it off for drives I
>> do not want monitored. I would like to keep system restore turned on for
>> the system drive only, actually. The system drive is a 60 GB partition
>> with more than 40 GB available. But system restore is suspended because
>> there is not enough space? I have run disk cleanup and removed temp,
>> cache, etc files. There are oodles of bytes available on the system. I
>> have also moved the pagefile to another, otherwise unused partition. What
>> is happening, and why can't I turn on system restore? How much space
>> should I reserve for it?
>> Thanks in advance for advice.
>> Margo Guda.