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Not sure if this has been noticed or resolved, but when running windows 8 automatic maintenance, my SSD is defragged instead of trimmed. However, when ran manually, the SSD is correctly trimmed.

How do I check this?
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How do I check this?

go to control panel, action center, maintenance, the under automatic maintenance, click start maintenance and open the optimize app, it may either start defragging or running trim. It's most likely a bug.
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My 840 Pro isn't aligned properly, is it? This is how I checked it (from here):

"If you want to verify that the alignment is correct, you use these commands:

Diskpart
List disk
Select disk 1
List partition



You should see a result like this:

Partition ### Type Size Offset

........... ........... ..........
Partition 1 Primary 59 GB

1024 KB - but 64KB or any number divisible by 4 is also good. The offset has to be divisible by 4."








Instead of doing a clean install with my Windows 7 installation disks, I used the Dell DataSafe Recovery USB that I made when I first got this laptop. Is there a way to fix the above or do I need to just do a clean install with my Windows 7 discs?
Edited by LeftC - 3/14/13 at 7:47pm
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My 840 Pro isn't aligned properly, is it? This is how I checked it (from here):

"If you want to verify that the alignment is correct, you use these commands:

Diskpart
List disk
Select disk 1
List partition



You should see a result like this:

Partition ### Type Size Offset

........... ........... ..........
Partition 1 Primary 59 GB

1024 KB - but 64KB or any number divisible by 4 is also good. The offset has to be divisible by 4."








Instead of doing a clean install with my Windows 7 installation disks, I used the Dell DataSafe Recovery USB that I made when I first got this laptop. Is there a way to fix the above or do I need to just do a clean install with my Windows 7 discs?

Diskpart is confusing at times if you are trying to check the alignment. Start AS SSD but no need to actually run the benchmark. The drives alignment will be shown in the upper left hand side of the display, and will say Ok if it is aligned.
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Trying the new 11.6.5.1006 IRST. Look like keepers. wink.gif First is my OS, second is used for storage.





Nice, I've never seen a single 840 Pro 256GB over 1200.

You prefer this one instead of 12.0.0.1083? Or 11.7.0.1013?

My last 840 Pro bench, OS drive:

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gene, disabled hardware accelerator and problem seems to be gone now
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Diskpart is confusing at times if you are trying to check the alignment. Start AS SSD but no need to actually run the benchmark. The drives alignment will be shown in the upper left hand side of the display, and will say Ok if it is aligned.
Here is the AS SSD Benchmark. It says that it is OK. The number 20584448 -seems odd. Usually that number is 1024. I divided 20584448 by 1024 and I got 20102 which is a whole number. The score is considerably lower than before.

Also, the computer doesn't recognize the SSD as an SSD like it used to. It just calls it a disk now. How can I fix this? See device manager image. The SSD is highlighted.

now



before




device manager - computer calls the SSD a disk now - why, I wonder?
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What windows do you have.
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What windows do you have.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.
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