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[Solved] How to Create a RAMDrive?

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Zohar

Hello

Back in the old DOS days, it was possible to include in Config.SYS a reference to a RAMDrive, and define its size, etc.

Is it possible in Windows XP, to Create a RAMDrive,

but not in Config.SYS in boot time,

but in Run Time - whenever I want,

like executing a simple EXE with parameters to Create the drive,

and after some time executing the EXE with another parameter to dispose of the drive, when work is done.

Thank you

Zohar

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Zohar

hello snowmaker,

thank you for your reply.

The RAMDrives there are a Device Driver(.SYS file) - meaning cannot be run dynamically,

but has to be included in a Config.SYS file.

I am looking for something that I can run simply like an EXE, for Creating, and Disposing of the Drive..

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Inverted

Maybe :

http://www.superspeed.com/ramdisk.php

:D

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Varian

Or For free (Windows 7 compatible):

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/05/27/free-ramdisk-for-windows-vista-xp-2000-and-2003-server/

Direct Link:

http://www.box.net/shared/htpmm1zm8e

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Yashied

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Zohar

Or For free (Windows 7 compatible):

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/05/27/free-ramdisk-for-windows-vista-xp-2000-and-2003-server/

Direct Link:

http://www.box.net/shared/htpmm1zm8e

Thank you Varian :D

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KaFu

Looks nice! Reading the comments here's a link to the authors page offering a newer release... though most of us will need a google translation :D... but the translations fine at least :D...

http://www10.atwiki.jp/gavotterd/

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