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Tutorial: Install a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 with FNet HybriDisk

Tutorial: Install a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 with FNet HybriDisk
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Synopsis: ATTN MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 mSATA Users - Download our step-by-step how-to guides on freshly installing your SC2 drive or replacing an existing cache drive in your device using FNet HybriDisk Cache software. (Updated 12/23/13)

The Super Cache 2, or SC2 for short, is the newest in the growing lines of fast, reliable, and energy efficient solid state drives from MyDigitalSSD.

Featuring the Phison S9 controller, the Super Cache 2 is optimized to be used as a wallet-friendly caching solution for every type of PC available. Additionally, MyDigitalSSD takes the guess work out of setting up a cache drive by including a free serial code for FNet HybriDisk cache software with each drive to upgrade your device in a few easy clicks no matter what your experience level.

Below are two tutorials that our tech support team has created to help walk users through the process of upgrading their devices using a Super Cache 2 from start to finish. Enjoy!

Installing a Super Cache 2 SSD

This tutorial shows users how to install a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 in virtually any notebook with an empty mSATA slot using FNet HybriDisk.

Tutorial: Installing a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 Drive with FNet HybriDisk Software  PDF (688K)

Replacing a cache drive with a Super Cache 2 SSD - NEW

This tutorial shows users how to replace the stock cache drive in virtually any notebook with a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 upgrade using FNet HybriDisk.

Tutorial: Replacing a Lenovo Y510P Cache Drive with a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2  PDF (740K)

What is Caching?

Caching is ideal for users who are looking for a simple way to get SSD speed without changing their current setup or sacrificing storage space. Working in tandem with a spinning hard drive (HDD), utilizing a solid state drive (SSD) as a cache drive will boost overall performance and increase life span of any notebook or desktop PC.

The Way SSD Caching Works

SSD caching fills a partition on a solid state drive (SSD) with the most frequently queued data from commonly used applications rather than storing it on the hard drive it's working with.

For example, a 128GB cache drive will enable users to cache the majority of data from commonly used applications that will, in turn, reduce the wear on the spinning hard drive by calling from the cached information directly from the SSD. A 32GB cache drive will be more discerning about the information cached based on the drive's storage capacity but it will still collect plenty of data to make using programs like Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, or Steam run smoother than previously before.

When new programs, applications, or games are installed, their frequent use information will be automatically be cached to the SSD as well, keeping optimal performance.

Comments on Tutorial: Install a MyDigitalSSD Super Cache 2 with FNet HybriDisk

MyDigitalDiscount.com Monday, December 14, 2015 09:41:07 AM
Sorry for the inconvenience. We have uploaded a new version for you to try and install. You can find the link on MyDigitalSSD Super Cace 2 product pages, here at MyDigitalDiscount.com. Or you will find the new file on our recent FNet HybriDisk article, found here:
John Thursday, December 10, 2015 11:42:59 AM
Downloadable software is not a valid zip archive and is not repairable. Please post a usable version of the hybriddisk software. Thanks.
MyDigitalDiscount.com Tuesday, October 13, 2015 10:06:34 AM

We will be able to assist you, but first we will need a screenshot of the drive info from CrystalDiskInfo. CrystalDiskInfo is a free utility that can be dowloaded here: http://tinyurl.com/6e4kj3

Please email the screenshot as well as detailing the problem to: tech@mydigitaldiscount.com
Vito Monday, October 12, 2015 05:39:36 PM
My SC2 128gb NGFF drive does not show up in the "cache" window. SSD is shown both in the storage manager and device manager working properly.

I am using Lenovo Ideapad E531and Windows 8.1.

Drive firmware was updated to 1.7, no change.
Hybridisk Version is the current 2.03.01

Help is greatly appreciated.
MyDigitalDiscount.com Tuesday, July 7, 2015 08:59:27 AM
Super Steve,

Please email orders@mydigitaldiscount.com with your order information for more details
Super Steve Monday, July 6, 2015 05:14:25 PM
I need an activation key for this software
MyDigitalDiscount.com Thursday, May 14, 2015 01:54:39 PM

Yes you can, you could try cloning the existing drive before initializing it as a storage device.
Fernan Wednesday, May 13, 2015 04:19:53 AM
Hi, can i turn my Super Cache SSD into a regular SSD and save files on it? And if yes, how?
MyDigitalDiscount.com Wednesday, April 8, 2015 09:18:44 AM

No, the program is specific to caching the system files that run the operating system and program files on the C drive. We kept it as a simple program on purpose to help novice users take advantage of SSD speeds without having to pay SSD money. For the best results as an enthusiast it's recommended to run SSDs everywhere.
Paul Tuesday, April 7, 2015 07:42:41 PM
Any news on be able to use Hybridisk to cache HD's other than the system (C:) disk.

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