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Thanks Telnet, you are an heroe
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Cheers Telnet. I will add that to the OP a little later.
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Originally Posted by TheDreadedGMan View Post
What mobo, SATA controller, and driver?
Problem solved. Thanks for the clue with driver. I changed back form "AMD SATA" to Standard and Optimizer is now GREEN and "Passed"... but the probem is that on 2.0 version optimization took sth like 2s - nothing happend. Is that normal? I tried with ealier version and it indeed left only 1GB and did sth, but it also took very little time... more than in v2.0 - 4 seconds LOL
I suppose i had Trimed all data
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Problem solved. Thanks for the clue with driver. I changed back form "AMD SATA" to Standard and Optimizer is now GREEN and "Passed"... but the probem is that on 2.0 version optimization took sth like 2s - nothing happend. Is that normal? I tried with ealier version and it indeed left only 1GB and did sth, but it also took very little time... more than in v2.0 - 4 seconds LOL
I suppose i had Trimed all data
Short run time is indeed good, it means the drive has been TRIMming succesfully, or you're not using the drive so there is nothing to TRIM.
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post #55 of 120
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Originally Posted by Elektron View Post
HI!
First of all... Thank you for all your work!

I successfully updated Kingston Firmware to 02HD, unlocked TRIM and "patched" Intel SSD Toolbox, but i have some problems with running SSD Optimizer.
After clicking "run" i get this:
Attachment 155840
In BIOS i have AHCI, so i don't know what's wrong. Maybe some "hex edit" to disable RAID checking?
did you figure out why this is happening?

I'm having the same issue.

P4 EE 840
Intel D975XBX2
XP SP3
Intel Toobox 2.0
post #56 of 120
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Originally Posted by Telnet View Post
As usual, I wasn't aware that a new version is out. For 2.0 you have to change byte 191199 ($2eadf) from 16h to 17h.
Update for 2.01? Unless I am missing something obvious, the value at that address is 70.
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Update for 2.01? Unless I am missing something obvious, the value at that address is 70.
For 2.01 change byte 191399 ($2eba7) from 16h to 17h.
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Originally Posted by Telnet View Post
For 2.01 change byte 191399 ($2eba7) from 16h to 17h.
Thanks man.
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For 2.01 change byte 191399 ($2eba7) from 16h to 17h.
Nice one mate. How do you find out which values to change ?
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
Nice one mate. How do you find out which values to change ?
By disassembling the executable and analyzing the code.
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