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Deactivating Superfetch slows your system down. I don't believe this at all. you're welcome. Disable Readyboot Windows 10 What is it?" #1 Rus, Jun 6, 2012 alberto New MemberJoined:May 31, 2012Messages:248Likes Received:1 Readyboot is a windows feature that optimizes that boot process by using in-RAM cache.

Configuration steps: Open Run/Command Prompt as Administrator -> enter "powercfg -h off" Additional resources: Windows 7 & SSD: Ruhezustand deaktivieren (article ID: 2727881, German) Deactivate System Restore Additional resources: Windows 7 Happy Hopping, May 31, 2011 Happy Hopping, May 31, 2011 #1 May 31, 2011 #2 Joe Average Ad Blocker - Banned Messages: 15,471 Joined: Apr 6, 2008 Leave it alone. Nice find. what does Readyboot.ETL do do i need it on my SSD?

Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Readyboot Ssd It, may, or it may not, slow your system down. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Arainach, Jun 1, 2011 Arainach, Jun 1, 2011 #6 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have

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I del old pre-fetch files as after I del. The prefetch folder is self-maintaining, and there's no need to delete it or empty its contents. Readyboot Windows 10 it, the boot up is faster, but in the past months of deleting old pre-fetch files, I don't see that sub-dir of ReadyBoot until just recently Happy Hopping, Jun 1, Readyboot Maximum File Size ReadyBoot uses the ReadyBoost services to tackle one particular problem -- speeding up the processes of booting the system and recovering from hibernation.

yes it back and may be take longer to load ,it is necessary for windows "Windows keeps track of the way your computer starts and which programs you commonly open. The ReadyBoost service deletes the cache 90 seconds after the start of the boot, or if other memory demands warrant it, and records the cache's statistics in HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Ecache\Para meters\ReadyBootStats, as shown In my Windows folder I have a folder called Prefetch and in it is a folder called "ReadyBoot". even with readyboost and prefetch disabled, the os still logs using readyboot.etl edit... Disable Readyboot

works for some and not for others. Please try the request again. With hibernation activated, Windows places a file on the system drive that is equal to the computer's amount of physical memory (RAM). so remember, ReadyBOOT is not ReadyBOOST.

Configuration steps: Start Open regedit as administrator Navigate to either: "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/Msahci" or: "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/iaStorV" In the right panel, double-click on "Start" and enter "0" into the value field Restart PC/server Activate AHCI Readyboot.etl Windows 10 Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top yahyazahedi Posts: 108 This post has been reported. After every boot, the ReadyBoost service (the same service that implements the ReadyBoost feature just described) uses idle CPU time to calculate a boot-time caching plan for the next boot.

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nothing for me but gave me a nice graph to look at. When I restarted my computer the prefetch folder was back with the ReadyBoot sub-folder also. No, create an account now. What Does Readyboot Do Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Help and Support >

Year View Public Profile Find all posts by Year (#4) ShadowMyth Ancient Guru Videocard: GByte GTX 980 G1 Windforc Processor: I7-4790K @ 4.6 Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-GAMING 7 Memory: However if you're not experiencing any problems I'd avoid that. Seriously. Overclock.net›Forums›Components›Hard Drives & Storage›SSD›Should i Disable Readyboot.etl?

It stores the processed traces in %SystemRoot%\Prefetch\Readyboot as .fx files and saves the caching plan under HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Ecache\Para meters in REG_BINARY values named for internal disk volumes they refer to. Windows saves this information as a number of small files in the prefetch folder. Although defragmentation can improve the performance of normal hard drives, defragmenting SSDs provides no performance benefit and can instead have a negative impact on performance. Reply Reply post #7 of 7 4/11/14 at 8:37pm jim duprey Joined: Apr 2014 Post: 1 Rep: 0 (Unique: 0) Select All Posts By This User

No, create an account now. Edit: Quote: ReadyBoot Windows Vista uses the same boot-time prefetching as Windows XP did if the system has less than 512MB of memory, but if the system has 700MB or more If you empty the folder, Windows and your programs will take longer to open the next time you turn on your computer. The OP stated in his his first post, that Superfetch is inactivated.

It's basically Windows Performance Tools Kit, which is a great tool. you can disable the logging by locating the following reg entry and setting start to "0" HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\WMI\Autologger\ReadyBoot basic black rev 2.0 (triple black) (28 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphicsphenom ii x6 Over 50% improvement!Depending on your current boot speed, it may improve it to 20 seconds.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To get started you need the Windows Performance Tools Kit. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

I... Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/m...stakernel.aspx Last edited by MerolaC; 04-02-2010 at 05:05. Get the answer Related Resources solved How to speed up using readyboost How to speed up Windows 10 startup and shutdown How to boot up to your PC using Cortana (Text

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