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How do I increase my Buffer Cache Memory

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Old 06-07-2007
John John
 
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Re: How do I increase my Buffer Cache Memory

Emergency all you want, other than changing the LargeSystemCache via the
registry or via the Performance Options (Memory Usage for Programs or
System Cache) you cannot change those settings, the Cache Manager does
all the tuning and there isnt't anything else that can be adjusted to
change it.

John

Eric wrote:

> Emergency!!!!


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Old 06-07-2007
Zilbandy
 
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Re: How do I increase my Buffer Cache Memory

On Thu, 5 Jul 2007 16:58:03 -0700, Eric
<Eric@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>Emergency!!!!


I Googled on the following text, no quotes "increase buffer cache
windows xp" and found the folling link. I have no idea if this is what
you're looking for, but there seem to be several 'answers' to your
question if you register with some site. This link I'm providing
didn't need any sign up. Check it out, but use at your risk.
http://fanpotai.wordpress.com/2006/0...indows-xp2003/

Here's a shorter link to the above site:
http://tinyurl.com/2l6zyq

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