It works fine most of the time, but it's very slow and freezes up sometimes, as you might expect!
Just wanted to check with the experts here that I'm not missing anything that might make it perform better.
The main problem seems to be that the system drive (the memory stick) is running in compatibility mode.
There's probably nothing that can be done about this, but I am puzzled that the drive doesn't appear in the Device Manager at all.
Would that be expected?
The system has 4 GB of memory installed, so I'm using Rudolph Loew's RAM limitation patch.
There is no swapfile usage so I assume the OS is running completely in memory.
I cannot allow the system to install any USB controllers, as this immediately crashes the system, presumably because the drivers are trying to install on the system that's hosting the system drive!
The USB controllers still appear in Device Manager but I've removed the INF file information for them so they cannot install.
All other USB devices apart from the memory stick have to be removed (I have to use a PS/2 mouse).
I was pleased that I got it working at all, but just wondered if anyone else who's done it has any more insights into how the configuration could be improved.
Edited by Dave-H, 10 April 2012 - 05:52 AM.