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    Lol no it was my Adata S510, I did after I installed windows. I was wondering why it was bad because I wanted to shrink the volume but it wouldn't let me unless i defraged it so just wanted to see if this would be a bad idea.

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    Will defraging cause permanent damage?

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    Default Re: Defrag SSD?

    nah, an SE will be ok.

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    no, but if you do it enough, you lessen the drive's write life, and of course the performance goes south, and if an SF drive...

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    What is SE and SF?

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    Secure Erase, and SandForce

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    Default Re: Defrag SSD?

    You didnt hurt the drive at all just dont keep doing it. IF you read the ssd best practices guide it tells you to use easus partition master to shrink the drive its free and a great piece of software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gates View Post
    You didnt hurt the drive at all just dont keep doing it. IF you read the ssd best practices guide it tells you to use easus partition master to shrink the drive its free and a great piece of software.
    Thanks, want to install linux on my spare 40 GB

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