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Ram Memory Loading ???!!!!!!!!!!

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AlienStar

hello everybody

is there any way to upload my exe scripts to the Ram Memory without run them ?

I wanna do this to speedup using of them later

for example :

I have some script in cd/dvd and wanna rum quickly

now I wanna upload scripts to ram by another script and when i wanna use them they run quickly

please help me

thanks

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BinaryBrother

To follow up with Volly's suggestion... :)

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

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AlienStar

thanks for help but I wanna something another

the cd/dvd which has the scripts will run in many PC's and I think that this way is difficult to be applied

and I don't wanna the users feel with any thing strange

I think that if there is a script can upload exe ( my scripts ) to the main Ram in the first of running the cd/dvd

so when I wanna use one of them it runs quickly

that's all what I wanna

I wish I made my idea more clear

thanks again for help

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AlienStar

I've downloaded ram disk :

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

but it didn't work ( I have windows vista )

when I press install ram disk it sends : failed

!!!!!!!!!

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99ojo

I've downloaded ram disk :

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

but it didn't work ( I have windows vista )

when I press install ram disk it sends : failed

!!!!!!!!!

Hi,

he might mean something like Adobe Reader Speed Launcher. But i haven't any idea, how to code something like this in AutoIT.

;-((

Stefan

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