trim before restore an image,is it worth ?

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Re: trim before restore an image,is it worth ?

Postby giulia » Tue Sep 26, 2017 1:44 am

TeraByte Support wrote:
> No, unsecure trim is a normal trim, happens almost instantly.
>
> Secure trim does what is similar to secure erase followed by trim.
>
hi
i have a problem
image for windows + PartWork (when i create the iso i have added the Bibm

i can't find anymore in partwork Unsecure Trim or secure trim
but where are they?
yesterday i have tried to find them , no luck (i tried to boot bibm )can't find them they , where are they?

i have read "
Re: trim before restore an image,is it worth ?
Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:12 pm
So you have it under "hardware" if that is available (dos/linux/etc.) or
unique under linux is also a "linux discard" option.
Edit... Is it Linux Discard? "

but in ifl i have not hardware or linux , can somebody where ? maybe with some screenshots

thanks
giulia
 
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Re: trim before restore an image,is it worth ?

Postby TeraByte Support » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:51 am

For BIBM, you need to be accessing the BIOS (direct) Bus option and the
drive must show up as the device name not generic "n - BIOS HD". Then you
will have a "hardware" option.

For PartWork on Linux, there will be a linux discard option if linux reports
that it's available for the given device.


"giulia" wrote in message news:14216@public.image...

TeraByte Support wrote:
> No, unsecure trim is a normal trim, happens almost instantly.
>
> Secure trim does what is similar to secure erase followed by trim.
>
hi
i have a problem
image for windows + PartWork (when i create the iso i have added the Bibm

i can't find anymore in partwork Unsecure Trim or secure trim
but where are they?
yesterday i have tried to find them , no luck (i tried to boot bibm )can't
find them they , where are they?

i have read "
Re: trim before restore an image,is it worth ?
Postby TeraByte Support ? Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:12 pm
So you have it under "hardware" if that is available (dos/linux/etc.) or
unique under linux is also a "linux discard" option.
Edit... Is it Linux Discard? "

but in ifl i have not hardware or linux , can somebody where ? maybe with
some screenshots

thanks

TeraByte Support
 
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