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When does TRIM run?

I read somewhere that you should let the system idle on the login screen. But would it work when you idle in windows 7. And is it possible to run it manually?

BTW, I have the 60 gb agility.
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Since you have an idilinx controller, to manually run trim the tool needed is the wiper.exe.
http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...per-exe-FW-1-3
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so how exactly do you run these things? Just execute them?
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1st you have to be in ide mode, right click the application and run administrator, click y and enter. The tool is very quick so its normal.
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Originally Posted by ritchwell View Post
1st you have to be in ide mode, right click the application and run administrator, click y and enter. The tool is very quick so its normal.
I was looking into this (just picked up a TRIM supported SSD), and it seems you can run TRIM in AHCI mode as long as you use Windows 7 intel drivers, and not the intel INF:

Bit-tech: Why You Need TRIM For Your SSD
Author: Harry Butler
Published: 4th February 2010

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As this system needs to be compatible with the TRIM command we have not installed the Intel INF drivers (which don’t support TRIM yet), and are instead using the default Windows 7 AHCI driver. TRIM is confirmed as running by using the command line and entering fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify - a response of disabledeletenotify = 0 indicates TRIM is active.
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Why do we have to be in IDE mode, isn't the ideal mode AHCI? Sorry for the noob question and thanks for your replies.
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post #7 of 8
For intel ssd drive AHCI is ideal but for idilinx ssd they reccomend ide for there drive especially running wiper. I at one time tried it in AHCI and running wiper it takes like a whole day to finish unlike in IDE it instant.
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Usual trim is run by windows 7 when a file is deleted or a format has occured. This is only if your drive is supported natively by windows 7 trim.
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