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Ocmer_
02.16.2012 , 10:47 AM
[BATCH SCRIPTS] SWTOR RAMDISK ALL-IN-ONE

This "ALL-IN-ONE SWTOR RAMDISK" batch script can do the following;
  • Setup your SWTOR to use a ramdisk.
  • Remove the ramdisk setup.
  • Mount the ramdrive (separate script available).
  • Dismount the ramdrive (to free up memory between game sessions).

NEW FEATURE VERSION 4.0.0 AND UP
Add only the asset files to the script you want to use. Due this nature, changing the settings of the script now, you the user have to remove the setup first with the current settings before making any changes and rerunning the setup!

WARNING FOR USE AFTER SETUP PRIOR VERSION 4.0.0
Due to the changes in 4.0.0 and late you have to remove the setup first with the version you used to setup the ramdrive. After that you can safely run the setup with the newer versions, and add dynamically asset files you want to use as they are not pre programmed anymore.

Warning for those who add asset files to the ramdisk:
The client can return an error when it wants to patch, as it cannot patch while there is a assetfile being linked to another location. To be able to patch remove the ramdisk setup first, patch the game, and rerun the ramdisk setup again.

Warning with using the batchscrips:
Always run the batchscrips as administrator, as I cannot guarantee correct exectution without it. To execute as administrator, right-click on the batchscrips (.bat) and select 'Run as administrator'.

INSTRUCTIONS (PLEASE READ)

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SCRIPT SETTINGS (INCLUDING ASSET FILES)

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ALL-IN-ONE v4.0.0
Please read the instructions and changing settings before using.
Always run as administrator, as I cannot guarantee correct exectution without.


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MOUNTSCRIPT v4.0.0
To be used for the creating the ramdrive with asset files if needed (no interaction needed).
This can also be used as startup script for Windows if preferred.


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CHANGELOG

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