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Originally Posted by Nom View Post

It's in the boot-image part of the ISO, not in the "main" part.
I did a search of the entire ISO and the iSSDFUT.exe does not exist in version 2.0.3 from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18363. I tried looking for previous versions and I did happen to get a version 1.92 and it did exist there.
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I unfortunately do not have any files to give and no longer use the Kingston Ssd.
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Originally Posted by jumpman View Post

I did a search of the entire ISO and the iSSDFUT.exe does not exist in version 2.0.3 from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18363. I tried looking for previous versions and I did happen to get a version 1.92 and it did exist there.
There are patched versions of v3.0 just a little back up the thread...
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Hi guys,
I got an old PC with Kingston SNV125 - S2/40GB and I would like to enable TRIM on it, unfortunately links in this forum are obsolete. Is there someone who can provide tools I need?
Thank you
tom
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Originally Posted by tom07 View Post

Hi guys,
I got an old PC with Kingston SNV125 - S2/40GB and I would like to enable TRIM on it, unfortunately links in this forum are obsolete. Is there someone who can provide tools I need?
Thank you
tom
http://www.overclock.net/t/656984/how-to-get-your-kingston-40gb-ssd-to-support-trim/270#post_18092253
is all you need to flash your drive - ie Part 1 of http://www.overclock.net/t/656984/how-to-get-your-kingston-40gb-ssd-to-support-trim#post_8300672 - proceed from Part 2 of the first post.
http://www.overclock.net/t/656984/how-to-get-your-kingston-40gb-ssd-to-support-trim/270#post_18104007
is the patched Toolbox.
Edited by Nom - 3/30/15 at 7:25pm
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