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Does anyone know how to check if read and write caching are enabled on an Ultrastar 9ES, and if not to do so?
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Check the following link from IBM. It has everything you ever wanted to know about this drive.

http://www.storage.ibm.com/storage/techsup/hddtech/ddrs/ddrstek.htm

The Onlind PDF manual and a Fax Back option. I believe Pg. 8 references the Read/Write Caching..


Hope this helps,
craig

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