Solved To Cache or Not to Cache?

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rbulot

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Hi Folks, I'm not sure I posted this in the correct discussion category, but here I go. I have read conflicting advice on whether I should have disk caching turned on or off to prevent potential data loss or corruption, specifically on my Samsung SSD C: drive. By going to Device Manager then HDD and opening Drive C and the profile tab I see caching is on by default. Please clarify this for me if possible. Thanks, Richard


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Turned off to avoid the potential loss, I believe it says that on the screen where you can turn it on too.
 
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