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I would suggest you to first try and search for the option to start Ready Boost. To do this you can follow the below mentioned methods –
Upon plugging the USB key into the computer, I would be greeted with the standard "AutoPlay" dialog box asking how I wanted to the operating system to treat the USB key. However, with Ready Boost you will get the additional option (circled below in the screen capture) of using the key to "speed up my system".
Once you click the "Speed up my system" option, the Properties dialog box for the device is displayed where you can specify to start/stop Ready Boost usage of the device and how much space I want used as a memory cache.
Refer to the below mentioned link for further guidance -
Follow the steps mentioned in the below article and check if your able to enable the option for ready Boost -
You should also take into account that to use Ready Boost, it may result in inconsistent behavior -
· The device must be able to do 3.5 MB/s for 4 KB random reads uniformly across the entire device and 2.5 MB/s for 512 KB random writes uniformly across the device.
· The USB Key has to have at least 64mb of free space
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Meghmala – Microsoft Support
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