[QUOTE=roadworker;2732883] You will run out of RAM cache by heavy use…SD will write to the hd then… [/QUOTE]
I’m testing at this point. I think my laptop is doing OK with the 2GB I left for it to use. So far so good. SD has the other 1 GB for it’s use.
Dangerous testing method Cholla…you can easily hose up your system by trying these things,as SD isn’t prepared for such kind of actions…only for termination by external programs… [/QUOTE]
I know & I knew I would be testing SD. That’s why I did a new backup with AcronisTI before I started.
I only got the BSOD with the SD internal “Force dismount volume” .
Funny how it appeared OK & when I did some browsing it BSODed.
I won’t be using that function again.
For the external “End It All” it didn’t have any diverse effects except I might as well have used “Commit all changes” . It was as if I hadn’t used SD. I won’t use IEA again unless I have to.
CCleaner was just used to “Analyze” . That way it showed all the TIF ,etc. [/QUOTE]
Sorry,not the slightest idea,as I only use XP as my oldest OS ATM… [/QUOTE]
I would have been surprised if anyone knew but since you had used SD for a while I asked. My suspicion is the file system has to be NTFS.