Originally Posted by digibucc
Control Panel-> System
click "advanced system settings" on the left, in the new window, on the advanced tab, in the performance box, click settings. in the new window, go to the "advanced" tab, and click change in the virtual memory box. in this window, you can uncheck "let windows manage" and set values yourself, disabling paging on the ssd but leaving it on the others.
as i said though, it generally doesn't make huge difference unless you need the space. be careful.
Ok, I uncheck the "automatically manage paging file size for all drives" and it opens up the grayed out area below. I then have to select the "custom size" and input an "initial size" and "maximum size". I think a 4GB paging file is enough for now, so what should I input in those 2 spaces for initial and maximum? The space selected available on my C drive is 145029 MB.
Also, on the very bottom, for the "Total paging file for all drives" section, here are the readouts:
Minimum allowed: 16 MB
Recommended: 12156 MB
Currently allocated: 8104 MB