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Old 04-19-2012, 11:38   #1
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Default How to disable cache on J3?

I bought a J3 2 months back and extremely happy with it.
It was over my budget, but all the reviews in this forum convinced me to go for it, and I'm glad I did.

Coming to its usage, I'm generally careless with "Remove Device Safely" before disconnecting. (laziness ). So, there is always a chance of J3 bricking.
What is the method to disable the cache to prevent it from bricking?

And is there any adverse effects from disabling the cache?

I remember disabling cache for my pendrive some years back so that I dont have to eject it everytime. I forgot how I did it now.
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:49   #2
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- Open Control Panel > Device Manager

- Open "Drives" and open the properties of "COWON J3 USB Device"

- Open the tab "Policy" and select "Fast Removal"

- Click "OK" to save

(If you use the J3's SD card reader, do the same for "COWON J3 EXT USB Device")

(Some labels might vary because my Windows is in German)


I've been using my J3 like that since I bought it and there haven't been any negative effects for me.
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Old 04-20-2012, 01:21   #3
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Thanks
It was already "Fast Removal" by default.
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