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SSD toolkit for XP


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On 11/27/2020 at 1:24 AM, Rod Steel said:

There is such Utility - Solid State Doctor

It works in Windows XP and last version release date is: Dec-14-2016.

It have function of manual trim and auto-trim that should work with XP.

I just downloaded it and it doesn't work on my Windows XP SP3
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10 hours ago, Cixert said:

I just downloaded it and it doesn't work on my Windows XP SP3

I confirming that - on my machine Version 3.1.4.2 it is not working with same message. This means that LS-Tecnology forgot to update system requirements for last version because this message appears when minimal requirements is Vista.

However, :cool: i also can confirm that Version v3.0.3.2 definitely can work in XP SP3:

 

Solid State Drive Utility 3.0.3.2 XPSP3.png

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On 12/8/2020 at 2:52 PM, Rod Steel said:

I confirming that - on my machine Version 3.1.4.2 it is not working with same message. This means that LS-Tecnology forgot to update system requirements for last version because this message appears when minimal requirements is Vista.

However, :cool: i also can confirm that Version v3.0.3.2 definitely can work in XP SP3:

 

Solid State Drive Utility 3.0.3.2 XPSP3.png

With this version 3.0.3.2 I can run TRIM on SSD Kingston A400 with Windows XP.
Thank very much.
I have also seen the overprovision option.
It's the first time I've read about this.
On my SSD drive this program does not give the option to reserve a space for overprovision. What does this mean and how does it affect me?
My drive capacity is 240 Gb. It is divided into 4 MBR partitions and these only have a few GiB of free space.
Edit:
I think it doesn't give me the option because I already have 4 primary partitions created and it cannot create a new one for over-provisioning.

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