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Originally Posted by Obakemono;11916195 
Yeah I heard about NOT defragging a SSD. I used the SSD option in Auslogic and it ignores my SSD. cool.gif

I did that too, but my SSD still shows up frown.gif
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use any program that can read SMART data.
make sure SMART is enabled in BIOS, my MB had it disabled by default (wth?)
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Hi!

We're the authors of SSDLife and ready to answer to all your question. Sorry for sometimes poor English - it's not our native language. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by maximus20895;11889241 
It doesn't recognize the C300 which is extremely pathetic.
SSDLife fully supports C300 (and soon new upcoming C400/m4). In most cases this is a problem with drivers of your SATA controller - they don't pass SMART commands. If other SMART monitoring tools don't see this SSD drive too - problem in drivers. You can try to replace drivers to Microsoft driver if possible - in some cases this can help, but not in all cases.
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Originally Posted by Obakemono;11889650 
The program shows 69% health. WTH does this mean? It shows TRIM is setup and running, but it also shows 320gb of writes and 530gb of reads. So will this drive drop dead on me in a year? Only the OS is on it, as all my other progs are on a HDD. Should I worry?
You can read more detailed about health on our website - how health are calculated?. If something is not clear - just ask and I try to comment and explain.
About reads and writes - this is not a big values, don't worry. You need to monitor your system usually during one week - and SSDLife can estimate your usual disk I/O and so can estimate how long your SSD will work. You can also read on the link below more detailed explanation how we calculate this period.

And - don't worry in all cases at all, even on 0% health most SSD work, but we suggest to be ready to replace them.
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Originally Posted by maximus20895;11889702 
NO, the SSD life this is stupid and pointless. I think i was made by intel, marvell, sandforce/ all the SSD manufacturers to freak everyone out. The program is trying to tell the future which is dumb.
No, we don't have any connection with this companies. And we don't think what SSDLife stupid or pointless. But, of course, it's your right to decide.
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Hi!

We're the authors of SSDLife and ready to answer to all your question. Sorry for sometimes poor English - it's not our native language. wink.gif


SSDLife fully supports C300 (and soon new upcoming C400/m4). In most cases this is a problem with drivers of your SATA controller - they don't pass SMART commands. If other SMART monitoring tools don't see this SSD drive too - problem in drivers. You can try to replace drivers to Microsoft driver if possible - in some cases this can help, but not in all cases.


You can read more detailed about health on our website - how health are calculated?. If something is not clear - just ask and I try to comment and explain.
About reads and writes - this is not a big values, don't worry. You need to monitor your system usually during one week - and SSDLife can estimate your usual disk I/O and so can estimate how long your SSD will work. You can also read on the link below more detailed explanation how we calculate this period.

And - don't worry in all cases at all, even on 0% health most SSD work, but we suggest to be ready to replace them.


No, we don't have any connection with this companies. And we don't think what SSDLife stupid or pointless. But, of course, it's your right to decide.

http://i.imgur.com/WdiNU.png

Thanks for addressing this thread. I did a google search and found this. I always respect companies that reach out online to address concerns.
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+1 for CrystalDiskinfo biggrin.gif
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Also a good program.
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