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Cache hi would enlargeing cache from 512mb to say 1gb increase my buffering speed? i have 1g ddr ram ,80g maxtor hd, 1700+ amd athlon xp processer running at 1.47,with a jetway motherboard v266b rev 3.0 a10, usual adsl broad band runs at 1,30Mbps many thanks

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  • butle Feb 20, 2008

    hi chandra

    in the divx player under dimmer are options for increaseing cache would this be viable .

  • butle Feb 20, 2008

    hi chandra

    in the divx player under dimmer are options for increaseing cache would this be viable .

    sorry about this i tried to reply and ended up posting a fix lol.

  • butle Feb 24, 2008

    hi chandra

    thankyou

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Cache memory is available inside the processor. So in order to increase the Cache you need to change your Processor.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

  • Satish Chandra Feb 24, 2008

    The option you are trying to use is a temporary solution particular to the Application.

    The solution I suggested you is a permanent one which will improve the overall performance of your system.

    If you want to enhance the performance without cost then there is a solution, you can increase the system's virtual memory. This option you can find by right clicking the My Computer icon and select the Properties option. There you select the System Performance (or Performance) Tab. In the last line you will find the option. Click on set and choose appropriate memory you can afford on your hard drive. This is also a good option provided you have enugh space on ur Hard Drive.

    Hope that this will solve your problem completely.

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http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=K7VT2&o=BIOS

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