I just upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Window 10 and wanted to implement Ramdisk. I'm using the RamDisk Configuration Tool provided at reboot.pro. Everything "seems" to work until I reboot, at which point I get the message: "System Properties: Windows created a temporary paging file on our computer because of a problem that occurred with your paging file configuration when you started your computer..."
When I open the "Virtual Memory" dialog, it show that my Ramdisk drive (R:\ is "system managed", but that "No paging file" is selected. If I simply reboot, I get the same error as above. If I click on "Set", the issue goes away, but then I have no paging file at all. In any event, drive R:\ is always there after a reboot. Windows 10 just doesn't see it?
So, I have two questions: Does anyone know how to make an ImDisk page file work in Windows 10?
My other question is this: If one has plenty of Ram (I have 32 Gb), does it matter if the page file system is turned off? In other words, can I just let stuff sit in memory?