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    jray Guest

    Improving disk performance


    My gaming with Windows Vista Ultimate is too slow. The constant disk
    activity is slowing down my user applications. My current disk is basic
    disk with two primary partitions, one for the OS and one for game data.
    Does anyone have a suggestion to boost disk performance?


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    Bill Daggett Guest

    Re: Improving disk performance

    jray <jray.3vp33b@xxxxxx> wrote:

    >My gaming with Windows Vista Ultimate is too slow. The constant disk
    >activity is slowing down my user applications. My current disk is basic
    >disk with two primary partitions, one for the OS and one for game data.
    >Does anyone have a suggestion to boost disk performance?
    Not enough info included to be able to make a suggestion.

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    jray Guest

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    Bill Daggett;4525054 Wrote:

    > jray <jray.3vp33b@xxxxxx> wrote:
    >

    > >My gaming with Windows Vista Ultimate is too slow. The constant disk
    > >activity is slowing down my user applications. My current disk is
    > basic

    > >disk with two primary partitions, one for the OS and one for game
    > data.

    > >Does anyone have a suggestion to boost disk performance?
    >
    > Not enough info included to be able to make a suggestion.
    When I'm gaming my computer runs slow, I checked the constant disk
    activity and it seems to be slowing down the user applications. My basic
    disk has two primary partitions, one runs the operating system and one
    is for just game data, I want to boost the disk performance. Can I add
    another partition through disk management? I have 22 GB of free space.
    If this isn't enough info, please tell me what other info is needed.
    Thanks


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