Speed Up your SATA Hard Drive & USB Pen Drive.
Here, I will show you How to Speed Up SATA Hard Drive & USB Drive In Windows Vista. Window Vista has built-in support for SATA & external drives, but they seem to be slow because the advanced write cache features aren’t automatically activated.
With just a few steps, you can enable them and get a much Faster Response
Step 1: First you need to go to the Device Manager which you can go directly by just typing device in the start menu search box or just type in devmgmt.msc in the command line.
Step 2: Now open the Disk drives section and right click on Properties on your Hard Drive.
Step 3: Now click on the Policies tab and you’ll find this dialog box: Now click the checkbox for Enable advanced performance, and you are done.
Step 4: Write caching is not enabled by default as removing devices directly without using the “Safely Remove Removable Device” may lose your data, so be cautious when enabling this options. But enabling this option also when speeding up performance significantly when writing to the Disk.
Step 5: Now select the External Drive and double click it to open up the properties screen.
Step 6: Then just change the setting to “Optimize for performance” and hit “OK” to continue.
Step 7: You’ll have to reboot for all the settings to take effect.
Step 8: Next time you boot into Windows Vista you’ll see the faster boot up times and better disk writing performance.
That’s All. Here you find how to speed up your SATA Hard Drive & Usb Pen Drive.