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How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk


How to Double Your PC RAM with a Genuine Method?? Hello Everyone , Welcome to Hash RV, In this Article we are going to discuss about How we can Increase PC RAM free by using internal Hard Disk.

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In this Process we use the Concept of Paging in Computer. So, lets talk about it and first off all question arises that :

What is Paging?


Paging is Process in which all Pages or Applications stores that we Opens to run. In detail with an example, when we run number of softwares on Computer , it takes some Memory from the RAM to Store and run.

And when the Memory will be insufficient to store more pages it Lags and Sometime hang your PC.

I personally face this Problem while playing games and now we find the Solution to create RAM from your internal Hard Disk. So Lets Start the Procedure to Double PC RAM.
Note : RAM created or increased from the Hard Disk Drive will not shown in System Properties but it will show in Performance of Computer only.

Stepwise Procedure to Double PC RAM / Create RAM from Hard Disk:


Step 1.


Go to Properties of Computer. ( right click on My Computer and click on Properties ).

Step 2.


Click on Advance System Setting ( on left side options ).

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 3.


Here is the Performance setting option , which include setting of Visual effects, Processor Scheduling , Memory Usage and Virtual Memory.

Click on Settings.

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 4.


Go to Advance of Performance Options.

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 5.


Here you will see the “ Total Paging File size for all Drivers : < Total RAM > MB “.

Click on Change to Increase RAM.

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 6.


It is very Important Step in which you can understand all the Paging System of Computer. Here is already Checked on Automatically Manage Paging File Size for all Drivers and some information of RAM i.e.

Total Paging File Size for all Drivers

  • Minimum allowed : < Some numerical >MB

  • Recommended : : < Some numerical >MB

  • Currently Allocated : : < Some numerical >MB  ( It is your RAM Memory which is usable )


To increase RAM , Uncheck the Automatically Manage Paging File Size which is at Top. And Select the Disk Drive , you want to create RAM.

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 7.


Choose the Size of Memory want to be as RAM by Check on Custom Size.

Type the Initial Size and Maximum size equal and have the multiple of Memory Size i.e.

For 1GB = 1024

2GB = 1024 * 2=2048

And so on as possible requirement of yours and Click on Set and then OK.

How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk

Step 8.


As with this you will see that your Current Allocation size which is your RAM is Increased according to your Requirement in above step.

Click OK on Performance Options Page and again OK on System Properties.

This is the Complete Guide to Increase the RAM and Create RAM from your Hard Disk Drive and now you can see your Hard disk size decreases as much your RAM created.

If you have any Problem facing by this Procedure , Feel free to Drop a Comment in Comment Box.

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2 on: "How to Double Your PC RAM | Create RAM from Hard Disk"
  1. I have two questions
    1)will this work?
    2)is this safe to do?

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  2. @dharmateja, I appreciate that you have query in your mind.
    And the answers are.
    Yes , it will work.
    And it is safe to do because it reversible process. You can go to your basic computer properties.

    Thanks

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