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On 5/16/2017 at 8:02 PM, Tripredacus said:

Does it not work already? Can you post your SSD model number?

i've not put vista on it yet considering it doesnt have trim,so i asked here for some tips on which garbage collector and trim software i could get

Model :TOSHIBA THNSNJ128G8NY

128GB SSD

 

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I used to have an Adata SSD with Windows XP SP3 and Windows Vista SP2 on it. I downloaded an utility from their website (I think it only works for Adata SSD's) which was able to manually perform TRIM. It worked on Windows XP and Vista.

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I used XP for about 3 years on a SSD with no trim functionality. It had no effect on performance, whatsoever.

Further to that, I installed Vista on the very same SSD (Intel; on which it still resides) and after installing close to 2GB of update files I ran trim via the Intel SSD toolbox program. Take a guess how long it took for the trim command to finish 'cleaning' the drive? Answer: about 1 (one) second.

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8 hours ago, HarryTri said:

As far as I know modern SSDs manage this issue by themselves and don't need any external "trimming".

any proof to confirm this?could be helpful as im planning to use my ssd on vista

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