...yeah, but why would you want to do that?
I'm glad you solved your problem and everything, but I still don't see the point. iirc, each drive has its own page file for operations that are stored on that local drive. you can modify these settings so that drives with more intensive processes (ie., photoshop or avid) have more processing ability, at the expense of used space. I can understand why you would seperate these page files by program intensity. but why would you want to get rid of one all together? even more to the point, why the one on your c: drive...which should be your fastest drive?
just curious ^_^ I'm wondering if I'm missing something.