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SSD optimization not available

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9 minutes ago, sample text said:

I always was able to optimize my SSD at least 1 time per week..I haven't used my PC for a week or so and I found out that I can't trim it anymore..any ideas?Yesterday I trimmed it manually through cmd,but this ain't satisfying me.I didn't do anything and suddenly I can't trim my SSD anymore without touching any setting

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If you carry on your SSD is going to die, very quickly. TRIM is an automated process, between the SSDs firmware and Windows the drive will keep itself optimised. NO USER INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED.

 

Please stop, all you are doing is using up write cycles with pointless garbage collection.

I always was able to optimize my SSD at least 1 time per week..I haven't used my PC for a week or so and I found out that I can't trim it anymore..any ideas?Yesterday I trimmed it manually through cmd,but this ain't satisfying me.I didn't do anything and suddenly I can't trim my SSD anymore without touching any setting

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you dont have to trim it every week anyway. Maybe Windows decided it's too clean to require any trimming.

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9 minutes ago, sample text said:

I always was able to optimize my SSD at least 1 time per week..I haven't used my PC for a week or so and I found out that I can't trim it anymore..any ideas?Yesterday I trimmed it manually through cmd,but this ain't satisfying me.I didn't do anything and suddenly I can't trim my SSD anymore without touching any setting

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images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR9ZuWQiPawXuH2iex0HMU

If you carry on your SSD is going to die, very quickly. TRIM is an automated process, between the SSDs firmware and Windows the drive will keep itself optimised. NO USER INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED.

 

Please stop, all you are doing is using up write cycles with pointless garbage collection.

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16 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

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If you carry on your SSD is going to die, very quickly. TRIM is an automated process, between the SSDs firmware and Windows the drive will keep itself optimised. NO USER INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED.

 

Please stop, all you are doing is using up write cycles with pointless garbage collection.

ty bro

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Hello sample text,

 

Nowadays Windows seems to have TRIM enabled by default (And also the SSD system), the way to check if it is running is to run fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify in the command prompt:

 

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If you see DisableDeleteNotify = 1 , TRIM is disabled.

If you see DisableDeleteNotify = 0 , TRIM is enabled.

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13 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

you dont have to trim it every week anyway. Maybe Windows decided it's too clean to require any trimming.

I find that to be unlikely. I use TRIM on my SSD more than the OP, and I've never had this experience.

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