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How to use pendrive as a RAM in Microsoft Windows Xp

When a removable memory device such as a USB flash drive or a secure digital (SD) memory card is first inserted into a port, Windows Vista checks to see if its performance is fast enough to work with Windows ReadyBoost. If so, you are asked if you want to use this device to speed up system performance. You can choose to allocate part of a USB drive's memory to speed up performance and use the remainder to store files.

For Microsoft Windows Xp, there is a software called "ReadyBoost". Insert a pen drive or external hard to the usb port. Right click on the usb drive, there will be an option called "ReadyBoost". Click on it, now you can use your usb drive as a RAM.

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