SSD drive

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Egelie, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. Egelie

    Egelie Registered Member

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    After long use of First fence -ISR on windows 7; last week the computer got broken. the power was broken but also several other expensive things.
    I did have him 5 years , so i decided to buy a new one.
    In this new one, was also a SSD drive, with 2 extra partitions.
    One you need to save the windows 7, together with a recovery disk; size 9 GB, and another named "system" with a size of 400 MB.
    So i did delete the recovery part with a HD manager.
    But i am anxious to do the deleting of that 400 MB part.
    Is it the controller in software , or could I delete it, without troubles.?

    The fact is , i could not use again First defence -ISR again.
    the popup-message said that the first part of the drive should be empty.

    With normal manager , i can't see that partition. I do see them with paragon HD manager suite 12.
    I do see that partition is written in NTFS , but has other sector sizes, cluster etc.
    What is the best thing to do ? When i erase that part , will the SSD stil work ?
    That with windows 7 on it or will i install it for the third time ?

    Frits Egelie
     
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  3. Egelie

    Egelie Registered Member

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    Mohamed,

    thanks. ! You know much about it.

    I did succeed in your response!

    So all works fine now.
    The SSD disk is small 112 GB, so not much copy's to write!

    Again many many thanks!

    Frits Egelie
     
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    Likewise thanks for the links. I don't know if i can successfully apply this mod to one of my 8 units but i am going to experiment with the possibility. And if it pans out many many thanks in advance.

    Easter
     
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