Open the Command Prompt (Start > type in the search box “cmd” > right click on the cmd.exe and left click “Run as Administrator”)
To verify the TRIM command is enabled, type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:
fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify
The results will be as follows:
DisableDeleteNotify = 1 (Windows TRIM commands are disabled) DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Windows TRIM commands are enabled)
To enable the TRIM command, type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:
fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 0
To disable the TRIM command, type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:
fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 1
Hope this helps,
Source: Kingston Tech Support
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August 20, 2013
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Windows 8 just came out on 10/26 and people who bought the Windows 7 PC recently are eligible to buy the Windows 8 Upgrade for $15 comparing at $69.99 somewhere else for now (Office Depot, Staples, Frys, Best Buy, Microcenter). This is just an offer from Microsoft and you DO NOT have to install this Windows 8 Upgrade on the the computer you bought–just FYI. According to Microsoft, you will be able to install this W8 Upgrade on a PC from XP SP3 to 7.
Here we go,
You need to redeem the offer through the website,
http://www.windowsupgradeoffer.com (you have to pick your region, your name, email address, where you bought it) Follow the steps on the website to download and pay $15 for the product key.
If you wish to install this Windows 8 Pro Upgrade to “custom build” or fresh installation without previous installed Windows, follow these steps below:
Make sure you have the Internet connection for the following activation step
Install Windows 8 as normal on a targeted PC/laptop and using the key when needed.
When you finish, enter the product key you got from the purchase (in your email)
Windows will say that the key is not valid or something like that, it’s NORMAL.
Windows key on keyboard and type “ regedit” without quote, Right click on the regedit app and Left click on “Run as administrator” bottom of the screen. Navigate to
MediaBootInstall from 1 to 0 Go back to the start screen by hittin Windows key and enter
Right-click Command Prompt and select run as administrator. Type
slmgr /rearm on the command line and hit enter. Reboot Windows now.
Check the Windows activation again, and it should be activated at this point.
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November 13, 2012
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