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Boot the install disc, once you get to the install screen press shift + F10 and it will bring up CMD. You can then run the scan.

Just tried it, and it still throws the error, that it needs to complete a repair first. Just tried to force sfc to work, but now its coming up with something about Windows Resource Protection.. this is quite the wild goose chase lol
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Does Win 7 support TRIM in RAID0? Thank you.
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Does Win 7 support TRIM in RAID0? Thank you.

Unfortunately not.
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Boot the install disc, once you get to the install screen press shift + F10 and it will bring up CMD. You can then run the scan.

Just tried it, and it still throws the error, that it needs to complete a repair first. Just tried to force sfc to work, but now its coming up with something about Windows Resource Protection.. this is quite the wild goose chase lol
weirdsmiley.gif good luck with it, i can't think if much more atm. Make a thread or something?

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Does Win 7 support TRIM in RAID0? Thank you.
As rui-no-onna said, nope.

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Sean.. Your dope man! What a guy - Just How the Foock do you know all that shiz?
Google + LOTS of time, lol.
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As rui-no-onna said, nope.

Thanks for the comfirmation. smile.gif

But why when I checked it with this command: "fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify", I got "0" which means TRIM command is enabled. I'm a bit confused. Please elaborate if you can. Cheers. smile.gif

EDIT: Found that it is a mistake on Intel's part. frown.gif
Edited by PTCB - 8/5/12 at 4:06am
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Excellent guide Sean!

Not sure if this has been posted already, but here is a quick tip to save a lot of time optimising the system.

When configuring the services, there is a neat little program called SMART that automatically sets the services to what BlackViper recommends with pre defined presets. If you want the safe settings, just select that preset and hit apply and the program will apply the changes to all the services.

I personally use this program and can highly recommend it!

Here is the link:

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/smart-a-utility-for-tweaking-windows-7-vista-xp-services
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Sure that is great but the only dilemma is we don't have restore point enabled for SSD users.
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Hello SEAN,

Please kindly assist if you can.

I have a 32gig msata ssd and 500gb hdd configured
With intel srt. Smart response.

Is it wise to format the msata and re-install my OS on
The 32gig msata or should I stick with the intel srt setup until I can afford a larger SSD?

Thank you for you reply.
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Excellent guide Sean!

Not sure if this has been posted already, but here is a quick tip to save a lot of time optimising the system.

When configuring the services, there is a neat little program called SMART that automatically sets the services to what BlackViper recommends with pre defined presets. If you want the safe settings, just select that preset and hit apply and the program will apply the changes to all the services.

I personally use this program and can highly recommend it!

Here is the link:

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/smart-a-utility-for-tweaking-windows-7-vista-xp-services

Cool, I'll check it out and add it to the thread. smile.gif

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Hello SEAN,

Please kindly assist if you can.

I have a 32gig msata ssd and 500gb hdd configured
With intel srt. Smart response.

Is it wise to format the msata and re-install my OS on
The 32gig msata or should I stick with the intel srt setup until I can afford a larger SSD?

Thank you for you reply.
Up to you, I personally do not like SRT for my OS.
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