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Ready Boost deletes it's cache...

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System Name OC GamePC
Processor Intel Core i7-2600K (4,7ghz @ 1,392v max)
Motherboard Intel Z68
Cooling ID Cooling Frostflow 120mm AIO (2x Noctua NF-F12)
Memory 26gb 1866mhz DDR3 CL9 Dual-Channel (2x8gb)
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Case Raijintek Thetis Black
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Power Supply EVGA 550G2
Software Windows 10 Pro
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Hey guys,

I hope I'm posting in the right forum... In any case, i'll cut to the chase: I'm using Vista 32 bit on my Laptop, which is equipped with intel turbo memory (for those who don't know: It is a non-volatile type of flashmemory, which basically acts like a cache space for ReadyBoost Services, like ReadyBoot and ReadyDrive)... The problem is, after every boot Vista deletes the Readyboot data on the flash-memory and rewrites it; this causes "heavy" HDD load for at least 3 minutes (in which my PC slows down to around 40% of it's usual reactionspeed)...

This is a very annoying issue, as the ReadyBoot feauture really makes boot-time as short as ~14 seconds, but then having to wait 3 minutes for it to recreate the readyboot data kinda kills the point.
Now I totally understand MS does this because you usually would use a USB-Stick and if you would not delete the data it might be a security hazard, but what's the point of deleting it on a memory which is built inside of the PC?
Any idea how to turn of this constant rewriting of Ready Boost?
Aside from the annoyance of it happening, I bet it isn't the best to do for a flash memory...

Thanks for your help peeps.

(For sys-specs consult the thingy below my Avatar) ;)
 
Joined
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Messages
218 (0.06/day)
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System Name OC GamePC
Processor Intel Core i7-2600K (4,7ghz @ 1,392v max)
Motherboard Intel Z68
Cooling ID Cooling Frostflow 120mm AIO (2x Noctua NF-F12)
Memory 26gb 1866mhz DDR3 CL9 Dual-Channel (2x8gb)
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX970 SSC @ 1430/7900
Storage 250gb Sata3 SSD, 750GB SSHD
Display(s) 32" 1366x768 Toshiba LED Backlight TV
Case Raijintek Thetis Black
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar D1 PCI
Power Supply EVGA 550G2
Software Windows 10 Pro
Benchmark Scores Firestrike: ~ 11.100 Timespy: ~ 4.000
#2
Noone got an idea? :ohwell: