I use ReadyBoost in Vista. One day, I went to power up my laptop and when Vista resumed from hibernation I noticed that the light on the USB Flash-memory Device (UFD) was not on. Finding this a bit odd, I jumped into Windows Explorer, double-clicked on the E drive (the letter assigned to the UFD), and was presented with an interesting dialog:
Title: Item Not Found
Text: Could not find this item
This is no longer located in <%3 NULL:OpText>.
Verify the item's location and try again.
Try Again Cancel
So I looked at the back of my laptop to verify the item's location, and deciding that the item was still there I clicked "Try Again". (I know, I know - not really what the person who wrote the message for the dialog intended...) I don't recall if the dialog dismissed and another instance reappeared, or if it was just that nothing happened. Either way, I wasn't getting anywhere. I unplugged the UFD, and plugged it back in again and things were fine.
A few days later, the same thing happened. I suspect I'll be dealing with this for a while.
Procedurally, I hate to think that I'm going to have to eject the device prior to hibernating, and then plug the device in again when Vista resumes - that's too tedious for my tastes. ReadyBoost would have to have a significant impact on performance for me to go through that rigamarole, and at this point I'm just not convinced that's the case.
Anyone else coping with %3 NULL:OpText? How are you dealing with it?