Warning to SSD users running 10240

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  1. k3lt

    k3lt MDL Junior Member

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    #1 k3lt, Jul 23, 2015
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  2. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    so if trim is disable win 10 does not detect the SSD?
     
  3. oliverjia

    oliverjia MDL Addicted

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    Thanks, but maybe this is only you?
     
  4. k3lt

    k3lt MDL Junior Member

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    I guess so.
     
  5. pawX

    pawX MDL Member

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    As OP stated, Zero means it's enabled so it's all good.
     
  6. maya77

    maya77 MDL Member

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    No such problem here.
     
  7. asundrus

    asundrus MDL Member

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    Must be for old hardware, so please, don't use a sensation word like "Warning", you might scare some people.
     
  8. murphy78

    murphy78 MDL DISM Enthusiast

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    trim was enabled for me by default.
     
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  9. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    Mine is Zero enabled by default
     
  10. mtrai

    mtrai MDL Addicted

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    Windows 7 and onward has had TRIM enabled by default, so there’s nothing special you need to do if your PC
     
  11. Ducati

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    If you have a Samsung SSD you should install Samsung Magician Software. Run OS Optimization, I have mine set at Maximum Performance. It creates a special Power Config Profile that enables and disables certain things for optimal SSD performance. I swear I boot to my desktop in eight seconds flat.
     
  12. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    Mine is on Raid 0 and specially made for the system. It boots between 4 to 6 sec.
     
  13. EFA11

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    0 here as well by default.

    If you are running 2 SSD in Raid, that would explain it however. as an example of one possibility
     
  14. WardocsRevenge

    WardocsRevenge MDL Expert

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    even without trim windows will not have a issue with the SSD ocz users have there own form of trim built into the SSD anyway and samsung users have Firmware updates to worry about that might brick there ssd. in the end this isnt a issue mine was enabled by default
     
  15. Ducati

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    #17 Ducati, Jul 24, 2015
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    Mine takes a second or two more, I have two non raid SSD's-Primary has Win 10-The other one for OS Experimenting, Four HHD's-The four are for HTPC and Gaming. :D
     
  16. asundrus

    asundrus MDL Member

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    Almost the same here, but without any optimization or SMS.
     
  17. naseap

    naseap MDL Senior Member

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    3 computers with ssd and all have trim enabled by default.
     
  18. ikith

    ikith MDL Novice

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    OP, this seems like it is specific to your situation, I got:
    DisableDeleteNotify = 0

    On my laptop that has been running 10 from the original insider preview.