I did This and it's much much better:
device manager>HDD Properties>Policies>Tick Them Both!
If you're not planning on doing major cut/copying of important files without a UPS; It's pretty much safe and increases the performance noticeably; as for me I have no Fire Fox crashes since then; and copying smaller files is much quicker.
By the way I'm using this FireFox x64 version and I'm very Happy:
**Here's Pretty Much What I've Done 'Till Now:
- Resetting BIOS
- Disabling Cool n Quite & Q Fan
- Updating BIOS
- Entering DRAM info manually (use "CPUZ" to determine)
- Setting SATA Channel to AHCI instead of IDE
- Enabling Write Caching and Turning off write-cache buffer flushing: device manager>HDD properties>policies
- Checking & Defragging Partitions
- Updating Drivers
- In uTorrent>Preference>Advanced>Disk Caching>uncheck: Disable Windows Catching
- Disabling search indexing and system restore
**These Are Thing I ReChecked:
- Rechecking SATA Channel and Power Cable
- Checking msconfig for unnecessary startup items
- Checking For Viruses
- Checking if DMA is not disabled to IPE by windows: device manager>IDE ATA... Controller>items: Advanced Setting>Enable DMA should be checked
I Hope It'd Help Anyone Experiencing A Similar Problem.
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