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levin
What's DOS?
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Registered: ‎04-03-2009
Location: Australia
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Intel Turbo Memory Vista 64bit - x200s

hello

 

i am running a x200s with 4GB of intel turbo memory and vista 64bit. when i check the intel turbo memory console, the windows readyboost* is disabled and i am not able to enable it. the option is grayed out

 

if you know what i need to do please let me know

 

i have downloaded the newest driver from intel's website aswell

 

thank you

wditters
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Registered: ‎07-30-2009
Location: NL
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Re: Intel Turbo Memory Vista 64bit - x200s

If you carefully read the Intel documentation of the Intel 4Gb Turbo Memory modules you will notice:

 

Intel® Turbo Memory Technology Cards Designed for easy integration into systems, the PCIe* full-minicard and half-mini interface card are available in 2 GB and 4 GB capacities. The PCIe card features: one Intel® Flash Cache Logic chip, two Intel® NAND Flash memory chips in parallel, and supports Microsoft Windows Vista* ReadyDrive* and ReadyBoost* technologies for the 2 GB card. The 2 GB card, with a one-time OEM configurable option, can substitute ReadyBoost for “User Pinning”; while, the 4 GB card supports ReadyDrive and User Pinning only.

 

Ergo: On the 4Gb Turbo Memory modules Readyboost is supposed to be grayed out

Message Edited by wditters on 07-30-2009 09:31 PM
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