How to use Pen Drive as Ram in Windows 7, 8 and 10
In some old computers, the RAM is too low. In such computers playing games, watching HD videos is not possible at all the time. So by using the USB Flash drive, we can increase the RAM of the computer. It can be accomplished with the help of a built-in option in windows 7, i’e Ready Boost.
It works by using non-volatile storage, a USB flash drive, SD card, Compact Flash, external disk drive, or any quite portable flash mass storage system as a cache.
How to use a flash drive as Ram windows 7
If you’re employing a high configuration PC, It doesn’t show any effect on speed because if you’re a traditional user I feel only a couple of times you employ your full ram memory. But if you are using an old pc with low ram memory (Like 2 GB or 4GB) and hard disk & using windows 7 or 10 then the problem persists.
Ready Boost speed up your PC and you will see the result, reduced application data loading time, reduced shutdown and restart time, and many more you can’t imagine without High ram memory.
How to use this feature :
Please see step by step:-
How to use USB drive as ram in Windows 7
1) Format your Pen Drive with FAT file System.
2) Now go to properties->Select ReadyBoost.
If you click Reddy Boost in Windows 7, you will receive the message. If the error shows, then how do you correct it, so let’s know.
And in windows 10 you may or may not get this error.
“This device cannot be used for Readyboost.”
First step windows search bar type ‘services’.
Click Services and find superfetch
Right click the superfetch line manual convert Automatic see the below.
Click Apply and ok. then superfetch line right click and start button.
Just finished your work, now you right click your Pen Drive and go to ReddyBoost option, your error will now end.
How to use USB drive as Ram in Windows 7
Click ‘Dedicate this device to ReadyBoost’. Click Apply and ok.
Your Pen Drive ready for you Virtual Ram and use your heavy software and Game very smoothly.
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