Actually now I really look, the parameters are there, but thinking about it, it doesn't matter because it is going to be different for every computer.
Ok............ Hmmm... Try this:
1. Open Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> System.
2. In the left “Tasks”, click on Advanced System Settings.
3. You should come to “Advanced” tab. In “Performance” section, click on Settings button.
4. Click on Advanced tab.
5. In the “Virtual Memory” section, click on Change button.
6. By default, “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives” setting is selected so that Windows Vista system can manage the paging file without user’s interruption. If you want change the paging file size, move the pagefile.sys to another drive, or disable virtual memory paging, uncheck the check box of Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.
7. Select and highlight the appropriate drive that users want to change the paging file settings under the box of “Drive [Volume Label]“.
8. To fix a permanent size for the paging file, click on Custom size button, and set the values of Initial Size (MB) and Maximum Size (MB). Both values can be of same size to make the size of pagefile.sys static. Then click on Set button.
System managed size is useful for users who do not want pagefile.sys to locate on system drive root and want to move its storage location to another drive, but still want Vista to dynamically manage and allocate the drive space for the paging usage.
To move the paging file to another drive, click on No paging file radio button, and click on Set button. Then select a different drive to set a new pagefile.sys with custom size or system managed size.
To disable paging file or virtual memory, simply set no paging files on all drives.