asked on 2nd Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You can try the steps below and this should help. You can also try at your own discretion some thirds party utilities who claim to do pagefile defrag quite efficiently. But first try this:
1. Open Control Panel and double-click the System icon (in the System and Maintenance category).
2. In the task pane on the left side of the window, click Advanced System Settings.
3. On the Advanced tab of the System Properties dialog box, click the Settings button under Performance.
4. On the Advanced tab of the Performance Options dialog box, click Change under Virtual Memory.
5. From the list of available drives, choose a volume other than the one that holds your current page file. This drive will hold your temporary page file.
6. Choose the Custom Size option, choose System Managed Size, and click Set.
7. Select the drive that contains the fragmented page file, choose the Paging File option, and then click Set.
8. Close open dialog boxes to save your settings, and restart the computer to allow it to stop using the old page file and begin using the new one.
9. Defragment the drive that previously held your page file. This consolidates the free space on that volume so that your new page file will be stored in contiguous space.
10. Repeat steps 1 through 8, this time creating a page file on the original disk and eliminating the temporary page file you created. Then reboot to allow the new, defragmented page file to take over.
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