Record sound problem on Windows
b.xavier at internet.lu
Thu Mar 3 22:38:05 CST 2005
Our best practices approach is to create a separate disk
partition for the swap (like linux). This avoid fragmentation
However, keep a 32mb swap on the C drive so you can dump if there
is a crash. 2 swaps are better than 1 also...
We usually size it 100% to 200%... Depends how much you need...
More is not always better...
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> Ben Fisher
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> Subject: Re: Record sound problem on Windows
> Here's how to change the page file size on WinXP:
> Open up Control Panel, open "System"
> Click the "Advanced" tab. (I always mess with these settings
> :) Click on Settings under "Performance"
> Click the "Advanced" tab (Wow, advanced settings of the
> advanced settings...) Click "Change" under Virtual Memory
> Note - you don't want to make this too low, it'll mess things
> up. Otherwise you're fine.
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