I think that the most important change you've made was to change the aperture size.
I'm wondering if soundfont is something that you have to turn on with a SBlive or is it already on by default when you install a SBlive? And if it is on by default how can I turn it off? I just looked at my settings and can't figure anything out except maybe you are saying you have a 32meg soundfont cache. If thats what you meant then that's good because I have mine set to 2meg(with "1.76 allocated" whatever taht means). Is there a way to make it 0meg cache because I never use it.Originally posted by KillerShots
Having 256 megs of RAM, 128 isn't a bad ap. size...However, if you're running SoundFont on SBLive! or something taking up additional RAM, you'll find that apps that only require 128 megs RAM won't run well due to constant swap file access. I personally have a 32 meg soundfont that's always there...just never got rid of it or seen any reason to. Just something to look at if things go bad.