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Old 04-13-2014, 04:13 PM   #11
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Default Re: How to manually configure a SSD

Windows 7 won't automatically configure everything unless it's installed originally on an SSD so you'd still need to do this all manually or use a tool.

I actually have the samsung magician on 2 of my laptops. I like it as it keeps me up to date on firmware for the drives. Usually with those messages there's a way to have it never pop up again if you click more details. That, or the simple option is to turn off user account control.

If I were in your shoes what I'd do is this:
1) Turn off User Account Control
2) Use Magician to set/reset all settings to optimize
3) If you want, turn system restore back on.
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If I were in your shoes what I'd do is this:
1) Turn off User Account Control
2) Use Magician to set/reset all settings to optimize
3) If you want, turn system restore back on.
This. Especially number 1. And as pointed out, there should be a way to just disable that message by either clicking more details or clicking the options about change notifications.
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:28 AM   #13
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Windows 7 won't automatically configure everything unless it's installed originally on an SSD so you'd still need to do this all manually or use a tool.

I actually have the samsung magician on 2 of my laptops. I like it as it keeps me up to date on firmware for the drives. Usually with those messages there's a way to have it never pop up again if you click more details. That, or the simple option is to turn off user account control.

If I were in your shoes what I'd do is this:
1) Turn off User Account Control I did this
2) Use Magician to set/reset all settings to optimize I did this
3) If you want, turn system restore back on. I did this
I'm liking the speed of the new SSD I just have to remember when I create a new folder to create in the new 1TB external HDD for storage.

also I think I'll Turn on User Account Control only when I down load something iffie.



Thanks good advice as usalle.
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