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Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:32 am

If you have a glass of water and pour it out, let it dry then fill it with milk. How long will it have to sit on the counter before there is a solution to get the original water molecules back in the glass?

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Help me , SSD Samsung evo 850 120G lost partition

Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:13 pm

thanhbactn wrote:Source of the post I think i will save this SSD and wait to new solutions in future


If T.R.I.M. was activated, you'll be waiting a very long time... as in FOREVER!

Also, NAND loses data slowly over time when it's powered off. So the longer you wait, the thinner the chance becomes.

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Help me , SSD Samsung evo 850 120G lost partition

Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:11 am

I'm not sure if TRIM was activated or not, i'm clear this disk in installer win 10 process. Any one can tell me know if TRIM was activated or not?

Thanks you very much.

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Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:15 pm

Yes, Windows 10 supports T.R.I.M. So if it was formatted by Windows it would have been activated and began zero filling pages during the next idle moments. You'd be shocked by just how fast an SSD can fully erase itself.

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Help me , SSD Samsung evo 850 120G lost partition

Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:37 pm

Hey Jared .
So T.R.I.M. is activated since win 10 installer process ? it is first installer process ( before we choose disk for save win 10 files )

:((

Thanks for all .

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