I am sorry that there has been confusion. I have not explained the entire process, so how are you to debug it?
Here is the total explanation of what is happening and how:
I am booting Windows Thin PC 32-bit. Windows Thin PC used to be named Windows Embedded Standard 7 until Microsoft renamed it.
On USB Boot, The VHD is C:
The SATA Partition "System Reserved" is D:
The USB drive that contains the VHD is E:
The SATA Hard Drive's main partition is F:
When launching SetPageFile, the interface shows up fine. When I select something is when there is a problem.
When selecting C:, I get "SetPageFile Application has stopped working".
When selecting D:, the program doesn't die, but I get a corrupted value for Maximum Size. It looks something like "#\cw[unprintable character]IU"
When selecting E:, I get "SetPageFile Application has stopped working".
When selecting F:, I get "SetPageFile Application has stopped working".
When using the command line options, similar things occur.
SetPageFile.exe /f F:\PageTest.sys /i 512 /m 4096
This causes "SetPageFile Application has stopped working".
The pagetest.sys file is created in F:, but the system properties shows no pagefile on this drive. The registry shows a blank for PagingFiles.
If the pagefile exists, is it actually working?
Is there some program I can run to see if Windows is actually USING the page file?
If it is working, how do I avoid the errors?
Edited by Me Only, 02 August 2011 - 01:15 PM.