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Old 06-18-2011, 08:12 AM   #8
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I could be wrong, but I seem to recall hibernation being disabled by default in desktop Windows 7 installs.

Originally Posted by Rob Williams View Post
In the case of 8GB of RAM or more, I'd quicker recommend moving the pagefile to an alternate drive. Chances are it will never be touched, so you really don't want to be wasting even 4GB of your SSD on it.
I totally agree! This is actually what I've done myself. There is one side-effect though... the WEI score for the storage system will change to 5.9 because it will test the drive the pagefile is moved to... more of a bug than anything, but if users were wondering why their SSD was capped at 5.9 that'd be it.
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