Optimization not available suddenly on SSD

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    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.675
       #21

    Snakeyes said:
    Damn! I should have known. Giants and Yankees fan here. Let's agree to hate each other. Even though, I think Brady is getting a raw deal and Belichick is awesome.
    Well I don't think we have to hate each other, unless on that day, our teams are playing each other. Red Sox suck this year.
    Besides most everyone on here are good folks, EVEN Giants fans!!! Hope we don't get in trouble talking sports. :)
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    Win 10 Pro x64 21H1 19043.964
       #22

    OldMike65 said:
    Well I don't think we have to hate each other, unless on that day, our teams are playing each other. Red Sox suck this year.
    Besides most everyone on here are good folks, EVEN Giants fans!!! Hope we don't get in trouble talking sports. :)
    Thanks, huge Giants fan!
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    Linux, OSX, W10,7,XP,Server2003,ME,2000,98,95
       #23

    I have the same situation with an SSD running W10.
    You can use Windows Command Prompt (run as Administrator) to Defrag your drive -
    >defrag /?
    will give you the syntax and options
    >defrag c: /U /V
    is what I use

    defrag will consolidate not only the files, but also the free space on the drive, which gets fragmented too.
    Last edited by gbmel; 27 Dec 2015 at 11:00.
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    Windows 10 x64 v2004 OS Build 19041.804
       #24

    gbmel said:
    I have the same situation with an SSD running W10.
    You can use Windows Command Prompt to Defrag your drive -
    >defrag /? will give you the syntax and options
    Thanks for this. I see that there's a switch specifically for trim. I must give it a try.
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       #25

    Victek said:
    Thanks for this. I see that there's a switch specifically for trim. I must give it a try.
    Recalling an earlier post (maybe another thread), I just tried "defrag /C /O" from an elevated command prompt and it worked fine, including optimizing the recovery partition (again, not REALLY needed). The defrag GUI now shows all volumes at OK & 0 days since last run.
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    Windows 10 PRO 64-Bit
       #26

    Hello

    I have this problem after moving my SSD to a SYBA SI-PEX40062 PCI-Express 2.0 x2 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) Controller Card. The drive comes up "Optimization not available". The controller card drivers are old 6/21/2013 Driver version: 1.2.0.1038 Marvell 92xx SATA 6G Controller Properties. Trim is still enabled if I check it in CMD.

    Anyone have a suggestion how to fix this.

    SYBA SI-PEX40062 PCI-Express 2.0 x2 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) Controller Card
    http://sybausa.com/productInfo.php?iid=1373

    Thanks
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    Windows 10 PRO 64-Bit
       #27

    MUGEN02 said:
    Hello

    I have this problem after moving my SSD to a SYBA SI-PEX40062 PCI-Express 2.0 x2 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) Controller Card. The drive comes up "Optimization not available". The controller card drivers are old 6/21/2013 Driver version: 1.2.0.1038 Marvell 92xx SATA 6G Controller Properties. Trim is still enabled if I check it in CMD.

    Anyone have a suggestion how to fix this.

    SYBA SI-PEX40062 PCI-Express 2.0 x2 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) Controller Card
    http://sybausa.com/productInfo.php?iid=1373

    Thanks
    I found the latest drivers for this sata card on station-drivers.com but they also caused the drive to become Optimization not available shortly after log in. If I uninstall the drivers and use the windows driver then I have the option to optimize the drive no problem and I see disk usage go up 20% when I click it, which I would guess that Trim is working.
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