Is there a way to prevent a specific program on my computer from EVER being shoved into the swapfile? My father has been having problems with ProTools 7.1 throwing "Disk Too Slow" errors lately, but it only happens when the program has been allowed to sit idle for a couple of minutes. The hard drives never spin-down and the computer never goes on standby, so those aren't causing the problem. I think ProTools is getting tucked away in the swapfile when it sits idle for a few minutes, and when he presses "Play" on his mixer, ProTools has to get yanked back into memory AND it has to start recording almost instantaneously. It could be an issue with one of the plugins he's using, but I'm trying to eliminate OS/hardware issues first because they're easier to diagnose. So...is there a way that anyone knows of to prevent a program from getting swapped, short of disabling the swapfile entirely?