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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post

    FIRST STAGE (July 2017 - September 2017):

    1. OS had crashed, secondary HDD Samsung F3 dissapeared after restart - SATA cable OK!
    Something new!
    The same issue but different error while KODI was running.
    Let me put in a different way: what is a cause of secondary disk malfunction? Or the second disk has nothing to do with the issue?
    There are still two similar files ntoskrnl.exe and ntfs.sys (quoted post) - in which way they are related to each other. And what is a role if one is on first place than another in BSOD?

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    So here we have yet another unexplained potential hardware problem and you have yet to do the most rudimentary step: verify good power. So I cannot help you. It makes no sense to keep troubleshooting all these unexplained hardware issues when the most basic, yet critical common denominator has yet to be verified. Sorry, but you want to tear apart the engine when you have not even checked to see if the fuel in the tank is good.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    So I cannot help you.
    Yes, I know you are hardware expert. I only want to know what does it mean from one who is sotware expert also. But sure we can leave this thread until tests.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    You can NOT conclusively test a PSU unless you are a qualified technician using an oscilloscope with the PSU under a full range of expected loads, or you test it with a dedicated power supply analyzer.
    Good idea! I will try to find such person!

    I got also OEM Fortron PNF / Amacrox Warrior PNF. Yes it is old, but in excellent condition.
    Maybe it is waste of time, but..... my machine is still like HTPC.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Not an expert here.
    I think software experts would want to see the minidumps at least (they should be in c:\windows\minidump).

    Nonetheless, geniuses or aliens can tell you more even without logs/dumps.

    I can tell you I (think to have) got that error, and other ones, before my motherboard died.

    (If I should have guessed the issue, could I be considered an alien, if not a genius? ).
    Last edited by xilolee; 12-08-2017 at 01:45 PM.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Nonetheless, geniuses or aliens can tell you more even without logs/dumps.
    'Genius' means from latin something like 'a day of our birth' But no genius could fix PC problems

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Not an expert here.
    I think software experts would want to see the minidumps at least (they should be in c:\windows\minidump).
    Wow, there is only one minidump file there. And it is old one that I have mentioned in #9 post.

    I used BlueScreenView to view BSOD after restart. And it dissapeared!

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    I can tell you I (think to have) got that error, and other ones, before my motherboard died.
    True, X-Files drama here :). PSU, motherboard or something else. What is the cheapest GPU for this unit with HDMI support with the best drivers for W7? As I remember the same issue depend on when I ran software related with video card like Cyberlink PowerDirector or KODI (like in this case). Of course I am not sure, but maybe GF210 is better option here to check. But still ntfs.sys is something about hard disk....hard disk dissapering.....like alien

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Disappearing minidumps usually means:
    • You delete them with some cleaner (like piriform CrapCleaner - CCleaner, or similar software).
    • There is no pagefile.sys on the system partition (or it isn't big enough).
    • Incorrect underclocking/overclocking settings.
    • PSU is misbehaving.
      I had this one when (some years ago) the PSU fan decided to not spin anymore.
      The PC restarted on its own, or didn't restart at all.
      Temperatures and voltages weren't in their ranges (I saw them in bios - monitoring).
      I dismounted and lubricated the fan.
      Normal users MUST NOT open a PSU: death danger!
      (I know I did it, but I shouldn't have opened it).
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Is this has impact if it is disabled on startup? Besides no idea if CCleaner clean minidump on startup?

    Tak HKLM:Run IAAnotif C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel Matrix Storage Manager\iaanotif.exe

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    I had this one when (some years ago) the PSU fan decided to not spin anymore (I dismounted and lubricated it).
    It should also be noted that with today's fans (PSU, case and CPU) the vast majority used "sealed" bearing. This means they are assembled using a lubricant that is intended to be permanent. If the original lubricant runs dry, that means the seal was damaged. And when the seal is damaged, besides the original lubricant drying out or leaking, contaminants get in permanently damaging the bearings.

    This means re-lubricating fan bearings should be considered a temporary solution until a replacement fan (or replacement PSU or CPU cooler) can be obtained.

    Also, unless the exact lubricant originally used can be found, adding a different lubricant typically breaks down what is left of the original lubricant. This contaminates the bearing chamber which again permanently damages the bearings.

    So no matter how you look at it, if the lubricant in a computer fan needs replacing, you need to replace the fan.

    Lastly, as xilolee correctly noted, there are deadly voltages inside a PSU. And there are large filter capacitors inside a PSU that, under certain circumstances (particularly if the PSU is faulty or damaged) can retain their charge long after the PSU is unplugged from the wall. For these reasons, "There are no user serviceable parts inside" applies to computer power supplies. So unlike opening a computer case, opening a PSU will result in voiding the warranty.

    Good idea! I will try to find such person!
    As I noted a couple days ago, some shops will test PSUs for a nominal charge.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    Besides no idea if CCleaner clean minidump on startup?
    It depends on how you set it up.
    Does it start with windows?
    Is the Memory dumps checkbox (under Cleaner -> windows) ticked or unticked?


    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    Is this has impact if it is disabled on startup?
    Tak HKLM:Run IAAnotif C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel Matrix Storage Manager\iaanotif.exe
    It seems Intel Matrix Storage Manager (IMSM) is the old version or name of intel rapid storage technology (IRST), needed if you have set your system to be AHCI and/or RAID.
    If you have set your system to use IDE, it shouldn't be necessary (IMSM/IRST).
    By the way, your motherboard manual should be more accurate (at the moment, I didn't check it).
    You can find IDE/AHCI/RAID settings in your BIOS settings, and it seems you should set it before installing windows.
    Change the setting later could be risky.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Disappearing minidumps usually means: You delete them with some cleaner (like piriform CrapCleaner - CCleaner, or similar software).
    Yes, you are right. In fact there is CCleaner -> Windows -> Error Windows Error Reporting and Memory Dumps marked. But is it correct that Windows\Minidump folder still contains the oldest .dmp file inside; so why it was not deleted automatically by CCleaner half year ago? The folder has gold padlock icon but I can copy files into.

    [or]

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    There is no pagefile.sys on the system partition (or it isn't big enough).
    Pagefile.sys is set to 1 GB. RAM is 6 GB. Free space on C:\ is 12 GB.

    [or]

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Incorrect underclocking/overclocking settings.
    All settings are set to [Auto]. Besides it was not frequent but, if there was PC Health Status bookmark frozing, what is it related to.

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    There is important thing I would like to underline: this is a modded BIOS. So maybe try to underclock it if this is HTPC-like machine? Or maybe set to Manual similar to default auto settings? Is this correct to set Bus Speed to 333 MHz as default, as someone has suggested to me?

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    [or]

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    PSU is misbehaving.
    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    As I noted a couple days ago, some shops will test PSUs for a nominal charge.
    Sir, I will do my best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    It seems Intel Matrix Storage Manager (IMSM) is the old version or name of intel rapid storage technology (IRST), needed if you have set your system to be AHCI and/or RAID. If you have set your system to use IDE, it shouldn't be necessary (IMSM/IRST).
    It is all the time set as [AHCI] setting in BIOS. IMSM was re-enabled on start-up day ago after sudden crash, as we discuss about it. But if its change something anyway right now?...



    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    The last reported BSOD came along with BOOT error. I suppose it started during Eset Online Scanner was scanning and mouse lagging. What does it mean?
    No malware, no viruses, no spy reported. I know Process Explorer. is there any program reporting discrete misbehaving of applications running in background and report them if crash had persisted? ...

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    So I think crashes are specific driver related, but I am not sure. Look, the GPU, network card and other components were running well, and there are not so many options to update them, bacause of age.
    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    You do want to make sure Windows is current and you don't have any errors shown in Device Manager.
    Here is a short video from Device Manager.



    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    PSU, motherboard or something else. What is the cheapest GPU for this unit with HDMI support with the best drivers for W7? As I remember the same issue depend on when I ran software related with video card like Cyberlink PowerDirector or KODI (like in this case).
    GPU is the weakest element of the machine.

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    Summary:

    GPU - too old, no modern drivers.
    CPU - modded Intel Xeon
    MOBO - excellent but old Japanese Abit.
    RAM - Dual Channel paired different brands - G. Skill 900MHz + Geil Black Dragon Evo One 800Mhz
    PSU - good stuff
    OS - up-to-date, fixed.

    Potential causes:
    - CPU and MOBO mismatch
    - different brands incompatibility under specific [DRAM] settings
    - specific drivers - e.g. too old GPU /w software issues
    - PSU damage

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    why it was not deleted automatically by CCleaner half year ago? The folder has gold padlock icon but I can copy files into.
    I don't know. Maybe you changed its name or permissions...
    Nonetheless, it could have deleted new dumps.
    Therefore you can't post them and we can't analyse them.

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    Pagefile.sys is set to 1 GB. RAM is 6 GB. Free space on C:\ is 12 GB.
    It seems correct.

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      • Disk Drives:
        Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD, 850 EVO 250GB SSD, Blu-ray R/W
      • Power Supply:
        EVGA Supernova 550W Gold
      • Case:
        Fractal Design Define R4 Mid Tower w/Window
      • Cooling:
        2 x 140mm case fans, OEM CPU Cooler
      • Display:
        2 x Samsung S24E650BW 24 inch WS
      • Operating System:
        Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Pagefile.sys is set to 1 GB. RAM is 6 GB. Free space on C:\ is 12 GB.
    Is that your setting or Windows Managed? 1GB seems way too small. Contrary to what some believe, Microsoft really does know how to manage virtual memory. It is best to let Windows manage the page file unless you really truly are a highly trained top expert in managing memory - or you are critically low on free disk space.



    Is that C drive with 12GB free the 128GB SSD listed in your specs? That is not critically low, but more free space would be better. Can you free up any more space - perhaps by deleting windows.old, cleaning out clutter, or moving some installed apps to d drive?
    Bill (AFE7Ret)
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        Homemade Oldschool
      • Motherboard:
        Abit IP35 Dark Rider w/771 + 775 MOD
      • CPU:
        Intel Xeon Processor E5430 rev. E0
      • Memory:
        [DC 4 DIMM] 2GB DDR2 GE22GB800C4DC, 4GB DDR2 F2-7200CL4D-4GBPI-B
      • Graphics:
        GIGABYTE X1950PRO 256 MB / 256bit - GV-RX195P256D-RH
      • Sound Card:
        Integrated
      • Hard Drives:
        SAMSUNG HD502HJ (SATA)
      • Disk Drives:
        PLEXTOR PX-128M6S (SSD)
      • Power Supply:
        XFX PRO 450W XPS-450W-SEW
      • Case:
        Sharkoon Vaya Value
      • Cooling:
        1x 120mm (Gelid Wing 12)+1x120mm LED front fan case , Thermalright Ultima-90I w/cooler Arctic F9 out
      • Display:
        EIZO FlexScan S1931
      • Operating System:
        Windows 7 x64 Professional

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    1. OS system disc was resized - up to 30GB free space is available right now. (AOMEI Partition Assistant)
    2. There was no windows.old folder on system disc.
    3. Disk Cleanup Wizard deleted outdated Windows Update (about 500MB) but a problem returns:
    - Windows 7 Features Dialog Box is Blank / Installed Updates blank - but there is Green Mark on Windows Update screen.
    I am confused, if all outdated copies of updates were deleted only? The information was that all updates will stay
    4. Should I even turn off Swap File if I don't even run games on this low-end GPU or set to [Auto] or Manual:
    Best size of Windows swap file [virtual mem] for 8GM RAM
    5. Is 'NAND Writes' etc. parameter indicating, that Plextor SSD is stressed too much and will die?

    Code:
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    CrystalDiskInfo 6.3.2 (C) 2008-2015 hiyohiyo
                                    Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/
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        OS : Windows 7 Professional SP1 [6.1 Build 7601] (x64)
      Date : 2017/12/11 14:33:17
    
    -- Controller Map ----------------------------------------------------------
     - ATA Channel 0 (0) [ATA]
     - ATA Channel 1 (1) [ATA]
     + Standardowy podwójny kontroler PCI IDE [ATA]
       - ATA Channel 0 (0)
       - ATA Channel 1 (1)
     + Intel(R) ICH9R/DO/DH SATA AHCI Controller [ATA]
       - PLEXTOR PX-128M6S
       - SAMSUNG HD502HJ
    
    -- Disk List ---------------------------------------------------------------
     (1) PLEXTOR PX-128M6S : 128,0 GB [0/0/0, pd1] - px
     (2) SAMSUNG HD502HJ : 500,1 GB [1/0/1, pd1]
    
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
     (1) PLEXTOR PX-128M6S
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Model : PLEXTOR PX-128M6S
            Firmware : 1.09
       Serial Number : P02433108762
           Disk Size : 128,0 GB (8,4/128,0/128,0/128,0)
         Buffer Size : Unknown
         Queue Depth : 32
        # of Sectors : 250069680
       Rotation Rate : ---- (SSD)
           Interface : Serial ATA
       Major Version : ATA8-ACS
       Minor Version : ATA/ATAPI-7 T13 1532D version 4a
       Transfer Mode : SATA/300 | SATA/600
      Power On Hours : 2614 hours
      Power On Count : 6942 count
          Host Reads : 15367 GB
         Host Writes : 12852 GB
         NAND Writes : 25705 GB
         Temperature : Unknown
       Health Status : Good (100 %)
            Features : S.M.A.R.T., 48bit LBA, NCQ, TRIM, DevSleep
           APM Level : ----
           AAM Level : ----
    
    -- S.M.A.R.T. --------------------------------------------------------------
    ID Cur Wor Thr RawValues(6) Attribute Name
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    05 100 100 __0 000000000000 Reallocated Sectors Count
    09 100 100 __0 000000000A36 Power-On Hours
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    AA 100 100 __0 000000000000 Grown Bad Blocks
    AB 100 100 __0 000000000000 Program Fail Count (Total)
    AC 100 100 __0 000000000000 Erase Fail Count (Total)
    AD 100 100 __0 0000000001DF Average Program/Erase Count (Total)
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    B0 100 100 __0 000000000000 Erase Fail Count (Worst Case)
    B1 100 100 __0 000000077DB5 Wear Leveling Count
    B2 100 100 __0 000000000000 Used Reserved Block Count (Worst Case)
    B3 100 100 __0 000000000000 Used Reserved Block Count (Total)
    B4 100 100 __0 0000000003F0 UnUsed Reserved Block Count (Total)
    B5 100 100 __0 000000000000 Program Fail Count (Total)
    B6 100 100 __0 000000000000 Erase Fail Count (Total)
    B7 100 100 __0 000000000075 SATA Interface Down Shift
    B8 100 100 __0 000000000000 End-to-End Data Errors Corrected
    BB 100 100 __0 000000000000 Uncorrectable Error Count
    BC 100 100 __0 0000000014DF Command Time out
    C0 100 100 __0 00000000099E Unsafe Shutdown Count
    C3 100 100 __0 000000000000 ECC rate
    C4 100 100 __0 000000000000 Reallocation Event Count
    C6 100 100 __0 000000000000 Uncorrectable Sector Count
    C7 100 100 __0 00000000143B CRC Error Count
    E8 100 100 _10 000000000000 Available Reserved Space
    E9 100 100 __0 000000006469 NAND GB written
    F1 100 100 __0 00000006469F Total LBA written
    F2 100 100 __0 0000000780EC Total LBA read
    
    -- IDENTIFY_DEVICE ---------------------------------------------------------
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    -- SMART_READ_DATA ---------------------------------------------------------
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    -- SMART_READ_THRESHOLD ----------------------------------------------------
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    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
     (2) SAMSUNG HD502HJ
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Model : SAMSUNG HD502HJ
            Firmware : 1AJ10001
       Serial Number : 62811C721A0K2X  L‰
           Disk Size : 500,1 GB (8,4/137,4/500,1/500,1)
         Buffer Size : 16384 KB
         Queue Depth : 32
        # of Sectors : 976773168
       Rotation Rate : 7200 RPM
           Interface : Serial ATA
       Major Version : ATA8-ACS
       Minor Version : ATA8-ACS version 6
       Transfer Mode : ---- | SATA/300
      Power On Hours : 8363 hours
      Power On Count : 3237 count
         Temperature : 32 C (89 F)
       Health Status : Good
            Features : S.M.A.R.T., APM, AAM, 48bit LBA, NCQ
           APM Level : 0000h [OFF]
           AAM Level : FE00h [OFF]
    
    -- S.M.A.R.T. --------------------------------------------------------------
    ID Cur Wor Thr RawValues(6) Attribute Name
    01 100 100 _51 000000000000 Read Error Rate
    02 252 252 __0 000000000000 Throughput Performance
    03 _83 _82 _25 00000000142D Spin-Up Time
    04 _97 _97 __0 000000000C60 Start/Stop Count
    05 252 252 _10 000000000000 Reallocated Sectors Count
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    08 252 252 _15 000000000000 Seek Time Performance
    09 100 100 __0 0000000020AB Power-On Hours
    0A 252 252 _51 000000000000 Spin Retry Count
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    BF 252 252 __0 000000000000 G-Sense Error Rate
    C0 252 252 __0 000000000000 Power-off Retract Count
    C2 _64 _60 __0 0029000C0020 Temperature
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    C4 252 252 __0 000000000000 Reallocation Event Count
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    C6 252 252 __0 000000000000 Uncorrectable Sector Count
    C7 100 100 __0 00000000002C UltraDMA CRC Error Count
    C8 100 100 __0 000000000003 Write Error Rate
    DF 252 252 __0 000000000000 Load/Unload Retry Count
    E1 100 100 __0 000000000CB5 Load/Unload Cycle Count
    
    -- IDENTIFY_DEVICE ---------------------------------------------------------
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    -- SMART_READ_DATA ---------------------------------------------------------
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    -- SMART_READ_THRESHOLD ----------------------------------------------------
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    6.
    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by whiteindian View Post
    why it was not deleted automatically by CCleaner half year ago? The folder has gold padlock icon but I can copy files into.
    I don't know. Maybe you changed its name or permissions...
    Nope, I can delete or copy everything what is inside the folder.
    Besides, there is no my specific user name on permissions->

    [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?-capture_002_11122017_140514-jpg


    7. Any post ideas for my last BIOS screens and video?

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      • Motherboard:
        Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3
      • CPU:
        Intel Core i5-6600 Skylake Pushed to 3.9GHz
      • Memory:
        2 X 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000
      • Graphics:
        EVGA GeForce GTX 1050TI 04G-P4-6251-KR, 4GB GDDR5
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        Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD, 850 EVO 250GB SSD, Blu-ray R/W
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Should I even turn off Swap File
    NO! Leave it alone! Just as the first response in your link suggests. It does not matter that you don't play games. The OS uses the PF for itself and all the other programs running too.

    No study ever has shown that disabling the PF is "better" over all - regardless how much RAM you have installed. And the excuses "it didn't break anything" or "I didn't notice any difference" or "I already have lots of RAM" are total nonsense.

    Moving your PF to a faster drive is sometimes better, but you already have your OS on your SSD. So it is already in the best place as SSDs are ideally suited for Page Files. See Support and Q&A for Solid-State Drives, scroll down to "Frequently Asked Questions" and "Should the pagefile be placed on SSDs?" While the article is getting old, it still applies. In fact, it is even more applicable today since wear problems of early generation SSDs are no longer a problem with newer generation SSDs.

    As I said above, just let Windows manage it! Microsoft has memory management, and specifically virtual memory (RAM plus the page file), figured out. With Windows 7 and newer, for the vast majority of users, there is no need to change the default setting of having a Windows managed PF.

    Should you set a fixed size? NO! Are you a true expert on operating systems memory management? Why is that important? Because it is not a "set and forget" setting. The "proper" way to "manually" configure your PF is to properly analyze your memory usage and commit rates. This is no easy task - even for experts. But the problem there is tomorrow you may install another program or start performing different tasks that create different commit rates requiring a different size PF. This is exactly why Windows will "dynamically" adjust the PF size as necessary. But if manually set to a fixed size, every time you make a change to your computer, or in your computing tasks, it is necessary to re-evaluate virtual memory requirements and adjust as needed for optimal performance. As I said, it is not a "set and forget" thing. Alternatively, you can set a monster size Page File from the beginning - but that is a waste of disk space and pretty much defeats the purpose of having a dynamically managed PF to maintain optimal performance.

    So why mess with this when Windows will do it for you? Microsoft has over 25 years experience working with "swap", disk "caches", and page files. They have it figured out.
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        [DC 4 DIMM] 2GB DDR2 GE22GB800C4DC, 4GB DDR2 F2-7200CL4D-4GBPI-B
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    What is a ratio RAM:Pagefile in Windows 7 x64?

    You are right! Is it a good idea to change my Microsoft Windows page file size?

    But I am not sure if pagefile.sys is better option to be set up automatically by Windows.
    I will try it to prevent crashes.
    But still I am not sure if SSD longlife depends on manually or automatically settings of swap file.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    What is a ratio RAM:Pagefile in Windows 7 x64?
    Huh? There is no set ratio. That's the whole point of my last post.

    But I am not sure if pagefile.sys is better option to be set up automatically by Windows.
    Of course you aren't! You are not a highly trained expert in memory management. So just let Windows do it. They are experts!
    But still I am not sure if SSD longlife depends on manually or automatically settings of swap file.
    Come on! Read your own links! Look at the link I provided in my last post. Your link clearly states the SSD is the best place. And my link clearly explains why an SSD is the ideal place.

    But if you still are not sure, LEAVE THE DEFAULTS ALONE! Don't dink with things you are not sure of.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Done.
    Pagefile.sys is set to 6 GB by Windows. RAM is 6 GB. Free space on C:\ is 25 GB. Seems nice!

    I am not an expert. This machine is my favorite one. That is all I know that it runs almost all day.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    I am not an expert. This machine is my favorite one.
    If you follow the link in my signature, you will see that I have lots of experience with computers. But I am no expert in memory management either.

    But as I said, Microsoft does have many true experts on their development teams, not to mention decades worth of empirical evidence to draw upon.

    Many years ago with Windows XP and earlier, I used to manage the PF size on all my systems. But W7 is not XP. Tweaks needed with XP to make it perform better generally are not needed with W7 and newer operating systems and in fact, are likely to be detrimental with these modern operating systems.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Many years ago with Windows XP and earlier, I used to manage the PF size on all my systems. But W7 is not XP. Tweaks needed with XP to make it perform better generally are not needed with W7 and newer operating systems and in fact, are likely to be detrimental with these modern operating systems.
    Funny thing, my dad still uses Windows XP, and there are no crashes. Many years ago I do not remember if I actually manage the PF size, but there were BSODs even when WU service had been enabled.
    But W7 and W8.1 are my favorite OS's.

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