This outdated information becomes a disservice to users since they may not find a service named SuperFetch. I dont have the latest service pack however because the last time i installed it, my computer became very slow. I don't understand using Windows 7 Ultimate 32 for games and web searching. The answer from Microsoft to this problem in Windows is SuperFetch, which based on and enhanced from Prefetcher trace files technology. ReadyBoost cache on the solid state drive. Click on the Startup tab.
I've checked that the sysmain. I'm a bit low on resources. Windows sent me a message. Event Xml: 7023 0 2 0 0 0x8080000000000000 13167 System Brian-Desktop Superfetch %%2 I am completely open to any suggestions. From posts here, I waited 5 days to see if things. Nobody asks it to run, it runs on its own, and then it takes up so much disk capacity as to entirely block usage of the computer. ReadyBoost is just a secondary buffer for stuff - if your pagefile is fast enough you don't need to use ReadyBoost.
In the end, you might think you are getting additional free memory from this trick, but you will not be benefiting from any of this. So, Superfetch will certainly be a problem if I'm to travel and create video content. From posts here, I waited 5 days to see if things. Sometimes, you will be informed that you need to restart the computer for using check disk. Especially how quickly it would boot up. It said: The Superfetch service terminated with the following error: The system cannot find the file specified. The services starts during startup but then automatically stops.
This results in painfully slow performance. I eventually noticed, however, that the start up of my pc was getting extremely slow. Any clues what could be bothering Superfetch? I opened the event viewer and noticed that at the time of my computers startup, the superfetch service wouldnt be able to start. Yes, I've considered upgrading my system and actually plan on doing that as time and money allows. It would be nice if Microsoft told us how this works now. To modify whether Superfetch is enabled or disabled, you can perform the following steps. I tried to paste a screen shot , as you did with the cmd box , but got this message :- You are not allowed to use that image extension on this community.
Designed to maximize memory and keep your computer running smoothly even under high workloads. The single biggest argument I've seen so far is that Windows 7 frees up Ram as you need it. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified. The next day I noticed my boot time went from 45 sec to 95. The next day I noticed my boot time went from 45 sec to 95.
Otherwise, move onto the next step! I want the service to be reliable and start every time. Solution: Starting the 'SysMain' service will allow SuperFetch to run, which enables programs and files to load more quickly. Do you know what I mean? Do both even need to be switched on? I always used to have to disable it eventually on vista as it was very greedy with ram, quite frequently leaving me with very little head room. It was designed to speed up performance on hard disk drives by arranging frequently used app data and components into a contiguous area on the disk which was then preloaded into memory to speed up the loading time of the app. Then, it started getting very slow again without the service pack and thats when i noticed the superfetch service not starting. From this we now know the problem lies with Prefetch! Every time it switches from Aero to regular, it says Superfetch stopped working.
This helps it preload the files that a user commonly accesses. It seamed like Superfetch would cache apps before I even loaded them. However, without having a test environment where I can turn something on or off I am not sure. Your system is and was not designed to do the things your are trying to do all at the time in a speedy fashion. If one wants do to certain things on a computer in a reasonable fashion one must buy a computer that can do just that in a reasonable fashion. Thank you in advance for any replys. Time will tell if it stays fixed.
Any clues what could be bothering Superfetch?. However, if something goes wrong with the pagefile. Some people believe that disabling SuperFetch will make booting time and internet browser startup faster, but we actually saw a decrease in performance. But, on W7 it seems incredibly well behaved. Using this information hopefully someone will come up with a solution where both can be switched on! I am in no way knocking the use of the multiple tools and posting of scans on this forum.