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    Default SSD lost its performance...???

    Hi again,

    I want to post about the issue i have with my SSD, it is a Samsung 840 Pro 512GB, installed in my latest laptop, i the beginning it performed excellent or great, but within the time and almost more than 70% filled, it is not slow and boot to windows 7 in about 50 seconds or 1 minutes, so even my Seagate hybrid doing better then, i posted a result from AS SSD and it showed 1K bad and also in Samsung Magician it said that AHCI is not available and can't recognize the connected SATA and it is connected to SATAIII, i remember first time i did installed it was fine and recognized the SATA and AHCI enabled, what happened that it changed everything?

    Now how can i fix this SSD issue even if i free a lot of space? Should i try to reformat it after i move all data or can i fix it without format and will this return back its high performance?









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    Default Re: SSD lost its performance...???

    Please use the USER CP loacted top left hand side of this page. and fill out your system specs so we can try to help you. To get full performance from your SSD, AHCI needs to be enabled, you also have to be using the right sata port.

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    Did you do some optimization stuff with the SSD since you installed it?
    Basically, you won't be experiencing the read and writes slowing down until you fill up most of the SSD's capacity based on what I read. Aside from what the Administrator said,
    you can follow these steps in optimizing your SSD's performance. It's a long read but it's worth it. Remember to follow restart instructions carefully. If you restart only once, you can mess it up like what happened to me >_<

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    Default Re: SSD lost its performance...???

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    To get full performance from your SSD, AHCI needs to be enabled, you also have to be using the right sata port.
    I came here to say that
    Can you use CrystalDiskMark and post the results here?
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    Make sure you get CrystalDiskMark and not CrystalDiskInfo

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