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Old 06-17-2012, 09:09 AM   #11 (permalink)
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WHOA, NELLIE! hold on guys, i had no intentions of starting a war! other than my machine is a little slow, there are not a lot of problems caused by this. when my son's freind told me about this, it seemed like it might be a cheap, easy way to get the deal done. you can buy an 8gb flash drive a lot cheaper than another gb of ram memory, and it is easier to install. mostly because i dont have to crawl around unhooking, and reconnecting wires. i have installed ram before, it is not that big of a deal.
If you satisfied with it, I'm cool with it, if you have any more issues stop on by again.
Also this discussion isn't a war, just 2 different people coming in on different skills and levels who don't think like the other.
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Old 06-17-2012, 11:22 AM   #12 (permalink)
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If you use a flash drive with ReadyBoost please remember, while faster than an older hard drive, and slower than real RAM, it will fail due to all the reads and writes that are done to the drive. ReadyBoost was a good concept, but not a great thing.
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