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  • How to Configure Virtual Memory Usage On Windows 7?

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    As you may already know, RAM memory (Random-access memory) is the fastest memory device where your CPU can write and read data. All programs use RAM memory and depending on the complexity of their tasks, they may be more or less RAM demanding. 

    RAM memory is managed by a running software and operation system, so it can’t be accessed directly like other storage devices such as SSD/HDD, Flash memory or DVD.

    No matter if you are playing a video-game, surfing internet, watching movie or using programs such as Photoshop or Microsoft Office, your RAM memory is constantly being exploited.


    What happens when you run out of RAM memory?

    Well this is the moment when virtual memory takes place. Virtual memory is the amount of memory which will be “borrowed” from a hard disk, to make it possible to continue working even if RAM memory is full. This is usually the moment when your computer slows down drastically, since writing/reading to the HDD is significantly slower. To avoid this kind of behavior, software is usually designed to preserve RAM memory as much as possible, using virtual memory for less prioritized processes.

    When using virtual memory, Windows is designed to put all the data in pagefile.sys file. So if you stumble upon this file in the root level of your HDD partition (usually C:), do not try to delete or move it since this file is protected and locked by Windows OS.


    Follow next steps to configure virtual memory usage for optimal working performances

    1. Go to  your start menu and type “advanced system settings” into the search field. Click on the search result saying View advanced system settings.

    2. Select Advanced tab under System Properties window and click Settings button under Performance area. Performance Options window will appear.

    3. Select Advanced tab and click on Change button under Virtual memory area. 

    4. Now you finally reached Virtual Memory window. All HDD and/or SSD partitions will be listed for you to choose where paging file (pagefile.sys) will be created. If selected partition belongs to SSD drive, it will perform much faster then HDD, but keep in mind that you should never drop below, at least 10gb of available space on selected drive. If the size of pagefile.sys exceeds the available disk space, running programs will probably hang or crash, sometimes even reporting memory related errors. If this happens, check the selected drive and try to free some space there. 

    Once you selected where paging file will be created, select System managed size and hit the Set button. After this, go through all other drives and choose No paging file, hitting Set button each time. This way you’ll have only one pagefile.sys file at selected location, which is the best option for optimal performance.

    5. Clicking OK button at the bottom of Virtual Memory window, and all other windows. Restart dialog will prompt saying “You must restart your computer to apply these changes”, select Restart Now and wait for your system to reboot.


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  • How to Load Assassin’s Creed Syndicate 100% Save Game Files And Unlock Everything (codex version)

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    Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is an open-world video game developed by Ubisoft. Storyline follows twin assassins Jacob and Evie Frye, as they fight against organized crime within the Victorian era LondonGame is pretty unique among all other Assassin’s Creed titles, featuring various new weapons such as kukri knives, cane swords, and brass knuckles. Firearms include the whole range of automatic pistols, newer seen before in Assassin’s Creed series.

    All these goodies become available during single player campaign, so it may take a weeks of gameplay until you finally unlock them all. As you progress through the game, a whole range of new player skills and upgrades become available too.


    While there’s a certain enjoyment in unlocking game features one by one, there’s also a lot of impatient gamers who want to experience a fully featured game play from the beginning. Follow the rest of this page to unlock everything that Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has to offer, in just a few minutes! 


    For brand new game installation:

    If you have a brand new game installation (which means you didn’t play game before using downloaded savegame), it is recommended to start the game, and exit right after the first mission starts.
    Do it before following the instructions below. This method will create necessary files within the game save directory.


    1. Go to www.assassinscreedsavegames.com and download 100% saved game file

    2. Extract the compressed file using WinRar archiver or 7-Zip. You’ll get 4 files: 0x1.sav0x2.sav0x3.sav and 0x4.sav.

    3. Select all files, right click on them and choose Copy

    4. Navigate to the game save folder, and paste copied file there. If Copy File dialog prompts, choose Copy and Replace. Game save location may be different depending on the OS version, but for Windows 7/8/10 it is usually here:  C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\uplay\CODEX\Saves\AssassinsCreedSyndicate\

    5. Run your copy of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and enjoy your new saved game!


    About www.assassinscreedsavegames.com 

    If you take a closer look at www.assassinscreedsavegames.com you’ll notice all savegames for Assassin’s Creed series, saved after each mission. If you’ve accidentally lost your savegame files in the middle of single player campaign, you can find corresponding save file, download it and continue playing where you stopped.


    Alternative titles: 

    Assassins Creed Syndicate Save Location
    AC Syndicate 100 save
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Skip Mission
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Unlock Everything
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Save Folder

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  • How To Reinstall, Repair Or Uninstall DirectX (Windows 7)

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    What is DirectX?

    Microsoft DirectX is the most important software when it comes to handling multimedia content in Windows Operating System. Video games depend on DirectX so heavily that even the smallest error or corrupted library within the DirectX Runtime Components may result in game crashes.

    DirectX related problems usually trigger error prompts at the beginning of the program’s execution, making it unavailable to run any further. To avoid these problems, make sure your DirectX version is always up to date.


    Whenever you install a new game, pay close attention to what installation has to offer because it will probably ask you to install/upgrade DirectX. You should always accept this, and if your version is already up to date, installer will skip the DirectX installation and finish installation normally.


    Reinstall, repair or delete DirectX

    Whatever you need to do with your local DirectX installation, it is certainly that you are trying to fix some errors or problems caused by damaged or deleted DirectX files. The best way to repair any DirectX related problem is to install the latest version from Microsoft official download site: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35

    Download a DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer (dxwebsetup.exe) to your local disk and run it. If it goes through the installation and finishes normally, it means that your previous version wasn’t up to date, and that should fix your problems. But if installation finishes saying:

    DirectX setup has determined that a newer or equivalent version of DirectX has been installed already. No installation is necessary.

    ,then you will have to trick the installer to overwrite your local version. This can be done by modifying a registry key where DirectX saves its version number. It is stored under:


    Set the key value to and try running installer again. It will detect an older version and proceed with installation.

    If you don’t want to mass around with registry keys, you can simply download and run this file and it will modify DirectX version number for you: DirectX Version Number Modifier


    Most common errors related to DirectX

    The program can’t start because D3DCOMPILER_43.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

    The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). Click OK to close the application.

    An internal system error occured. Please refer to DXError.log and DirectX.log in your Windows folder to determine problem.

    DirectX function “CreatePixelShader for (null)” failed with E_INVALIDARG

    DirectX function “GetDeviceRemovedReason” failed with DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG

    Fatal DirectX error! Code:3 Result: 0x887A0002: DXGI_ERROR_NOT_FOUND.
    The game will now exit. Try starting the game with /failsafe if the problem persist.

    An unknown DirectX error has occured and game cannot start.
    Please make sure your video card is using the latest video drivers from the manufacturer.

    It was not possible to create the Direct3D rendering device. You may need to reinstall DirectX and/or update drivers for your graphic card.

    Could not find any compatible Direct3D devices

    Error 25: A critical error has occured while initializing Direct3D.

    ERROR: Unable to initialize Direct3D. Check the README file and ensure your system meets minimum specifications.

    Fatal Error: Direct3D driver returned error code(E_OUTOFMEMORY) while creating a texture.

    Error creating Direct3D 9 Graphical engine

    Failed to create Direct3D device object: hr=D3DERR_INVALIDCALL

    DirectX function “GetDeviceRemovedReason” failed with DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG

    DirectX(R) encountered an unrecovarable error. Check the DirectX(R) FAQ for possible solutions.

    Please make sure you have DirectX 8.1 or higher installed. Also verify that your video card meets the minimum requirements.


    Alternative titles:

    Repair Broken DirectX Installation
    Fix DirectX Errors
    Unable to Reinstall DirectX
    Overwrite Current Version of DirectX
    Registry Hack for DirectX Reinstallation
    Change DirectX Version Number

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