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Why does Windows 7 64-bit stop responding?

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When I go and select the USB Key to use Ready Boost there is a statement below that says that "While the device is being used for system speed, the reserved space will not be available for file storage.

Windows recommends reserving 1805 MB for optimal performance."

Tuneup Utilities says "System Status is optimized. Computer's performance is fully optimized. No problems have been detected."

It scans my disks each day for hard drive errors and has never found any.

In the help file for changing the size of virtual memory it says

"If you receive warnings that your virtual memory is low, you'll need to increase the minimum size of your paging file. Windows sets the initial minimum size of the paging file equal to the amount of random access memory (RAM) installed on your computer plus 300 megabytes (MB), and the maximum size equal to three times the amount of RAM installed on your computer. If you see warnings at these recommended levels, then increase the minimum and maximum sizes."

I have received no warnings but it says that "the total paging file of all drives is 3032 MB."

Any ideas?