The article I was reading said that some SSD's don't have cache and use other means to improve performance. I would buy one with cache if the best performance was what you are after. As far as a the write cache commend, it wont give you any acknowledgement that it has worked. If after enabling the write cache and it doesn't work again, run the command and see if that helps.
still try sfc /scannow, and then DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Nope, I disable the other boot drive at bios so the bios will see either boot drive 1 + shared disk OR boot drive 2 + shared diskSo when you boot from 1 drive you can still see the other boot drives?
So I just checked and defrag settings for the drive, turned off Optimise Drives setting for the shared D drive.Windows is not trying to defrag the drive frequently? There is a bug that was fixed in the May 2020 update.
Windows is not trying to defrag the drive frequently? There is a bug that was fixed in the May 2020 update.
I have been using O&O defrag for years, never had a problem with it - even with my SSD's.