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CLall
Novice
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SSD Toolbox v1.3 simply does not work

I am running Windows 7 Ultimate64bit for over a year.

The drive is an SSDA2M160G2GC ATA device

The Sata controller is an AHCI Controller Intel Version 9.6.0.1014

 

Everything was working fine with SSD Toolbox V1.2

 

Now when I run the SSD Tool box, it starts up, gives the warning about only 1GB of disc space will be left free. I say run, it shows the 0 percent for about 5 seconds and then goes away.

 

The program leaves about 9 hidden files called --=={Intel_Trim_RAID_0}==--.bin

--=={Intel_Trim_RAID_1}==--.bin

etc...

I have tried to find a copy of the old v1.2 but I can't. It would be really helpful if someone could pass it along.

I have tried, removing restore points, cleaning disc space, changing drivers, stopping the VSS service.

 

Does anyone have any clues... this is a tough one.

 

TIA
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idata
Community Manager
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This might help, I have found that if you have used W7 to compress the drive toolbox is on it did not work for me, uncompressing the drive restored toolbox.

Hope that helps

CLall
Novice
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Thank you for the prompt response. The drive is NOT compressed. :-(

idata
Community Manager
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Just checking as you didn't state in your post, when you went from v1.2 ro v1.3 you also upgraded the firmware on the SSD using the v1.5 firmware update software right?

idata
Community Manager
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I am also getting exactly the same problem. Ssd toolbox 1.3 has been working fine up until yesterday. I managed to get it running twice by installing it on a seperate drive then running it from there but this problem reoccurred. Does anyone else have any thoughts on this. Thanks.

idata
Community Manager
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Ok I have found a fix for this. All I had to do was disable my kasperky internet security suite 2011 while running the optimizer. Updating from kasperky internet security suite 2010-2011 obviously cause this problem.

CLall
Novice
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Chris,

 

Sadly, a day or two after I posted this, my drive failed to boot. The drive and the data is ok? I put the drive in an enclosure and can access it through a USB port. I have not had time to try and reformat it and re-install. Sad, the best drive I have ever had and can't use it.

-WB

idata
Community Manager
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Maybe ou can try this one,

Try go to the operating system and show all hidden files

Delete the 9 hidden files --=={Intel_Trim_RAID_0}==--.bin you found (usually they have large filesize)