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Enable Write Caching for a Removable Drive (Programmatically)

Posted on 2011-05-09
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Anyone have any idea how to programmatically enable write caching for a removable drive in windows 7 using .NET 2.0?

Equivalent of going to Computer Management -> Storage -> Disk Management -> Properties for a Removable drive -> Policies -> "Better Performance"

Question by:collages

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ExpertHelp79 earned 600 total points
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You won't be able to do it now through managed calls in the framework.
Rather, you will have to call the APIs you would call in other environments
through the P/Invoke layer.

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canali earned 1400 total points
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One solution should be looking in the registry and change/create the UserRemovalPolicy=3 in

Look here the code is ni vbscript (but you can use the language you prefer)

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Both of these are excellent answers and resources.

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