|After I have cloned my Laptop's Windows XP harddisk to a 16GB & 90MB/s Compact Flash, I get "virtual memory too low" error. If I adjust / increase the size of VM, then I get "no desktop screen" after Windows login; I have to press crtl-alt-del to get to the desktop.|
That's the only problem about the CF upgrade, the CF (with CF to PATA adapter) works quite pleasantly. I cannot do these two as solution:
1- Instead of CF, use a real SSD. Because my Laptop is an IBM X41, its harddisk is a Parallel ATA and it's half the size of a normal 2.5". There's simply no SSD to fit in it.
2- Install Windows from scratch. I do not have the Laptop's original Windows CD and the Laptop doesn't have a CD-ROM slot anyway.
Looking forward to suggestions. Thanks.