How to disable W7 defrag & scandisk for SSD

May 19, 2010 at 21:45:59
Specs: Windows 7, Core 2 duo / 2 gb
I installed an SSD and I understand that defrag and scandisk can actually be bad. I have a disk that I understand doesn't support 'TRIM' (kingston V series SSD). How do I make sure these programs are disabled to ensure that my computer runs optimally

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May 20, 2010 at 17:30:28
1. Windows 7 will not defrag SSD drives. This is by M$ design.

2. You should not disable scandisk (chkdsk), The purpose of chkdsk is to check & fix corrupted operating system files when found. It doesn't cause any degradation to the SSD.

3. The first generation of Kingston V series SSD does not include TRIM. TRIM is included only in the second-generation Kingston SSDNow V Series released in February 2010,


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