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Got all three of my drives updated and successfully used DCO to restore them. Thanks Telnet and Enterprise for both your efforts.
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Got all three of my drives updated and successfully used DCO to restore them. Thanks Telnet and Enterprise for both your efforts.
Glad to hear it.

However were those Kingston drives or the Intel ones I see in your sig ?
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Glad to hear it.

However were those Kingston drives or the Intel ones I see in your sig ?
Fixed. Just the 40GB SSDNow V series. I had one helluva time getting these to restore using DCO. Ended up using a flash drive as I ran into nothing but problems using CD's. Edit: Or was it HDDErase that gave me nothing but problems... It was a late night none the less.
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Oh right. Ok cool. I got excited then haha. Luckily DCO did not give me any issues on CD.
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HP Compaq nx9420 Laptop (Intel) = success
weird - my nx9420 kept giving "DCO frozen" messages, had to try with a desktop board. maybe a different BIOS version?
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I got a question
When I type fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify, I got following statement "DiableDeleteNotify = 0".
But when I use DrystalDiskinfo, TRIM is still not highlighted. So, is the trim enabled or not?

update: nevermind. Issue resolved when I use the command hdat2 /d=10.

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HDAT2 was getting stuck on "Detect BIOS INT13h devices" for me as well. To get past this I had to run the program as follows:

"hdat2 /d=10"

This skips the INT13h detection step entirely. After this I was able to complete the process.
TRIM was enabled under crystaldiskinfo now.
Edited by dontknowa - 2/9/10 at 11:05am
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The windows command feature for TRIM shows you whether the SSD installed is capable of it from what I know and shows if windows could enable it on that drive. Its not a true showing of whether its enabled.

You want to check Crystal disk info for that as you have.
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My USB keyboard is not working after I load hdat2 screen. How to fix it ?

I don't have PS/2 port at all :/
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It it likely it does not have the drivers to support your keyboard. Perhaps try another USB keyboard. It worked fine with my Logitech USB keyboard.
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It might not work, because I'm working on a Mac Pro. I use Logitech Illuminated Keyboard.

Keyboard works fine in DOS, but freezes after loading HDAT2.

I wrote to developer of this software and he will try to fix this problem.
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