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Windows 7: Intel Solid-State Drive Toolbox v3.1.0

27 Oct 2012   #1
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Intel Solid-State Drive Toolbox v3.1.0

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Intel announced today a new Intel Solid-State Drive (SSD) Toolbox version 3.1 that is Windows 8-compatible. Offered in 11 languages, the Intel SSD Toolbox helps users keep their Intel SSD in prime condition. Other new features include RAID 0 Trim support with RST 11.x drivers, Plug and Play Support and proactive user notifications. Download the updated toolbox at: Intel(R) Redirect
This release adds support for Microsoft Windows* 8 and Server 2012, Trim on RAID 0 with RST 11.0 or greater, Plug-n-Play support for dynamically detecting drive removal and insertion events, proactive tool update notification for Windows 7 and Windows 8 systems and fixes Intel SSD Optimizer error on partitions configured with an allocation size of 32KB or 64KB.

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28 Oct 2012   #2
ignatzatsonic

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Thanks for that.

I was going to install it, but digging into that link you provided shows that some users are getting drive health warnings with this toolbox that were not shown with the earlier toolbox. So it may be a bit buggy and I'm going to wait a while on it, particularly since I don't think I need any of the new features.
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28 Oct 2012   #3
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Working fine for me so far. I didn't need the features either, but it's the lastest, so...

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