XPS One 2710, Slow to boot up and shut down with new Seagate SATA HDD
As per the subject line, my PC is slow to boot and shut down since installing the new HDD. I think the boot screen is telling me that the SSD Cache (disk 0-0-1) is disabled but I don't have a screen shot of how it used to be to compare. Is this the reason for slowness, and how do I enable it please? (if indeed I should!)
Another wee thing if anyone can help too, the optical drive eject button works when in ePSA Pre-boot, but not when Win10 is running. Is there a fix to make it work in Win10 please?