0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 19, 2012 7:32 AM by markg2

    NVCACHE Partition

    markg2

      This partition apparently was a function of the Lenovo laptop's initial configuration of Vista and a ~90GB drive. Subsequently I upgraded to Win7 64 bit and a ~160Gb drive. The contents of the smaller drive were transferred using an Acronis image.

       

      Currently, I see no value having the NVCACHE partition. I have to exclude same from daily Acronis images since same finds errors within the partition.

       

      Is this thing actually doing anything positive any longer for the machine's performance given the changes in OS and drives? Plus there appears to be some  corruption within the partition?

       

      Any reason not to turn off the Intel power boost and delete the NVCACHE Partition?

       

      Mark