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    How to resolve the ReadyBoost conflict in windows vista?

    I am windows vista user and my currently facing an error due to Readyboost conflicts. I have heard that normally computer can only use one ReadbyBoost device. I don't want to use the built-in drive and thus trying to use my own but getting conflicts. Is there any way to resolve the erorr which occurs due to conflicts?



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    Re: How to resolve the ReadyBoost conflict in windows vista?

    You are right. Now a days, PC can only use one ReadyBoost device at a time. Many computers come with built-in flash memory already configured to use with ReadyBoost. If you want to resolve your issue then click on start button>>Computer and select Manager. Now choose "Disk Management" option under "Storage". By doing so,you would be able to verify the existance of any such drive.Now try to look for a program named "Intel Turbo Memory Console" and open the same to disable the built-in flash drive.Disabling it will fix your issue.
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    Re: How to resolve the ReadyBoost conflict in windows vista?

    To resolve this Ready Boost conflict fallow these steps
    go to start
    then select computer
    then right click on it and select manage
    now go to the new window
    select Disk Management under storage
    now a new window will open and you can find any drive here
    go to the option Intel Turbo Memory console and open it
    now disable the option built in flash drive
    now you will get rid of this problem

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    Re: How to resolve the ReadyBoost conflict in windows vista?

    Hello dear friend

    Ready boost allows you to add memory to your system by adding a USB key chain drive to your system

    Windows ready boost can use the storage space on some removable media devices

    Plug a flash player or other removable devices into your computer

    This should automatically open Auto play

    Under general options click speed up my system

    Click the ready boost tab and then do one of the following

    To turn ready boost off click Do not use this device

    To turn ready boost on click use this device

    Then click OK


    that is all


    Good luck



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