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I have two hard drives one has is has a FAT32 format (i run win 98 on this one) and the other is the NTFS file system (Win XP and my FS system resides on this one). My page file is currently located on the NTFS drive and I suffer from OOMs, would the page file work if I put it on the drive with the FAT32 file system? Thanks!!Richard

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Based on the current information we have concerning the OOM errors, I don't believe moving your page file will make any difference. For further information take at look at the post a few items down titled:Anyone still getting out of memory errors with the 744?...Also the topic has been discussed extensively. Try doing a search for further information.Concerning have a fat32 volume, IMHO unless you have some really old software which requires fat I would convert it to NTFS. There are lots of good reasons, including performance benefits, to do it.


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