On my Win2k web server box I have 2 drives. The machine has 2 hard-drives - c:\ which is 4gb and d:\ which is 35gb. It has 2gb of RAM. Error messages started to show telling me I haven't got enough virtual memory -
"Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file"
and on a reboot, telling me that there is no paging file set giving instructions on how to increase the size of this file.
I've tried allsorts of combinations in the Virtual Memory screen and currently I have the values for c:\ blank and the values for d:\ pretty high but these messages go still show - to the extent that now I can hardly open Windows Explorer without getting the above Windows warning.
So I suppose my question is how can I make Windows see that I want to use the paging file on the d drive and not on the c drive?