Can't enable TRIM on my Dell XPS 13 L322X SSD?

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  1. jack53

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    I can't enable TRIM on my Dell XPS 13 L322X SSD?

    I ran in command prompt as administrator:
    fsutil behavior set DisableDeleteNotify 0

    I got this message when I tried to enable it in Command Prompt as an Administrator.
    Error: Access is denied.

    [​IMG]Command Prompt message

    This is a six year old XPS that was running Win 7, which I upgraded to Win 10 Pro.
     
  2. Vasudev

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    You need to run system level tasks under elevated cmd or powershell.
     
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    Please explain!
     
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    I ran Command Prompt as "Run as administrator" and got this:
    EnableTRIM_DellXPS-13_Win10b.jpg
    So I'm good then?
     
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    All good.
     
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    Yes, all good.
    Another alternative is to type defrag in search bar/box and do SSD TRIM aka Optimise from there.
     
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    Not fully understanding this? I thought you aren't supposed to defrag a SSD? Or does Optimise button do something different?
     
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    Win10 SSD defrag = TRIM SSD. You can perform defrag at the expense of added write amplification.
     
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