The netbook become unusable due to the insanely slow writes and I was thinking about throwing it away Newer Post Older Post Home. I didn’t own the first SSD on this planet. Probably I had not searched the web long enough Works like a charm for me.
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Others offer special tools. It has one option, to use 0xFF instead of 0x00 to fill these blocks. I can’t thank you enough, you’re great!!! I wanted to make better use of the time and got myself one of these small sub-notebooks.
The whole device got totally unusable.
ASUS-JM S41 SSD ATA Device Drivers
TRIM to the Rescue? I was already fearing the worst.
The netbook become unusable due to the insanely slow writes and I was thinking about throwing it away The long story is as follows: I’m not sure if it’s part of the solution but now that it’s done it’s done. Disc asusj-m might benefit from a newer BIOS. Then I reduced disc writes as much as possible.
Code Cop: ASUS Eee PC and TRIM
At least it did something as SSD performance definitely improved after using it but I doubt it was able to do a full TRIM on the disc because I have to use it quite often. This is not related to restoring SSD performance, but it’s supposed to keep it performing a bit longer.
Obviously I am fanatic about code quality. Bad luck here too.
Last year, after commuting for more than ten years I got tired of reading on the train. It overwrites all empty asks-jm. Well it doesn’t but it seems that some SSDs reclaim a block when it’s filled with some data and that’s what Secure Wipe is doing.
After years of harassing my colleagues, I was officially appointed “Code Cop”. Probably I had not searched the web long enough I have been searching a long time to find this solution. Not if I could help it.
I believe it’s kernel 2. After that I uninstalled all programs which I didn’t need and used CCleaner to remove all temporary crap.
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azus-jm Besides that maybe you find something interesting in the Solid State Drives wiki. I could not believe it. Some vendors provide firmware upgrades like OCZ.
Fanatic About Code 4s1 Since I also found references to WIPE but I don’t know if it’s a command some drives implement or just another name for the process of trimming. Although it’s not very powerful it is able to handle small Eclipse projects. Recently after the drive was full for the first time, disc performance degraded catastrophic.
The FF writing did the trick! It’s a slick device and I love it. I think it’s vital to have as much free space as possible so the SSD doesn’t run out of “clean” blocks too asus-jjm. How was I going to fix it? I like my code being in order.