I dont think there\'s anything that works magic. Try and see if different settings make any difference. Go as low as you can, to get as much free RAM as possible. I use 16384 16384 here. But then... I have this wonderful SIS chipset..
It takes a bit of patching, but now that Cubase and GS are XP compatable, among other progs so I hear, its a world of pain-free RAM usage with your mobo capacity as the limit if you check into upgrading Windows. The vcache settings did work for me with 1gb of ram in 98se, but several of my friends also tried unsucessfully, so I don\'t know if its a garanteed fix. I\'m sold now, XP has worked flawlessly so far. Just another option if nothing else works.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Damon: Timzy,
Right click on \'My Computer\' and go to \'Properties\', then \'Performance\', then \'Virtual Memory\'.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
that\'s the swap file...
(for virtual memory management).
VCache settings are for keeping recently accessed file blocks in memory.
Click the Start button.
This will open Notepad.exe with the file System.ini
Look for a line with \"[vcache]\"
If it\'s not there, create it, along with the following example:
You can also use other values, but probably have to stick to multiples of 1024.