RAM snapshot & VOB, IFO, BUP, LAY


G

Guest

Folks:


I have two questions.

* How can I view a snapshot of all files in my computer's RAM memory ?

* I am looking at a DVD which has 2 folders: AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS.
The first folder is empty. The second folder contains 4 different file
types: VOB, IFO, BUP, LAY.

Can someone tell me the function or role played each of the 4 file types ?

Appreciate any information and/or references


Thanks in advance,
Jo.
 
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U

Uncle Grumpy

VOB, IFO, BUP, LAY.

Can someone tell me the function or role played each of the 4 file types ?

Appreciate any information and/or references

Google is your friend
 
R

Rock

Folks:


I have two questions.

* How can I view a snapshot of all files in my computer's RAM memory
?

* I am looking at a DVD which has 2 folders: AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS.
The first folder is empty. The second folder contains 4 different file
types: VOB, IFO, BUP, LAY.

Can someone tell me the function or role played each of the 4 file types ?

Appreciate any information and/or references


Task Manager will show you all the processes that are running. There is
nothing to show what all files are in RAM. Besides what's running, there
are cached files. What exactly is the underlying issue that caused you to
ask this question?
 
D

DanS

Folks:


I have two questions.

* How can I view a snapshot of all files in my computer's RAM
memory ?

* I am looking at a DVD which has 2 folders: AUDIO_TS and
VIDEO_TS.
The first folder is empty. The second folder contains 4 different file
types: VOB, IFO, BUP, LAY.

Can someone tell me the function or role played each of the 4 file
types ?

Appreciate any information and/or references


Thanks in advance,
Jo.

All the info you would ever need about DVD's & CD's can be found at:

doom9.org
 
G

Guest

Rock:


Thanks for the (Task Manager) suggestion.
Now I would like to copy those files in RAM to my drive C.

* Any ( software) suggestions ?



Thanks,
Jo.


Cheers
 
R

Rock

Rock:


Thanks for the (Task Manager) suggestion.
Now I would like to copy those files in RAM to my drive C.

* Any ( software) suggestions ?

I don't understand what you are trying to accomplish. Copy what files that
are in RAM? The running processes or the cached files, or all the threads
they open? What exactly are you trying to do?

Or do you mean you would like to generate list of running processes? As I
asked before what is the underlying question/issue here?
 
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N

Noncompliant

And where, praytell, do you think the open files originated prior to being
placed in RAM?
 

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