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Can you run ScanDisk on a SSD?
Last Updated: 22nd May, 2020
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In this way, can you run chkdsk on an SSD?
Run chkdsk /f (or equivalent) to fix file systemerrors. Do not run chkdsk /r as it is not necessaryto check for bad sectors. The intensive disk activity for the checkis unnecessary wear on the SSD, and is generally recognisedas a bad idea. It found a few files with problems and "fixed"them.
how do I know if my SSD has bad sectors? The easiest way to keep track of the number of badsectors on an SSD is to run ChkDsk (short for"check disk") in Windows. After checking the drive,ChkDsk will report the number of bad sectors it found.Simply make a note of what that number is, and runChkDsk again after a couple of days.
Also Know, should you defrag a SSD drive?
So, no, you should not defrag anSSD. And performing one will actually reduce the lifeof your drive. The TRIM command is supported by the latestSSDs and will optimize the hard drive so that itreduces the number of writes/deletions and therefore extends thelife of your SSD significantly.
How do I run chkdsk f?
CHKDSK in Windows 7
- Click Start.
- Type cmd at the Search program and files search box.
- Right-click on cmd.exe.
- Click Run as Administrator.
- Type in your Administrator password.
- When cmd.exe opens, type the command: chkdsk.
- Press Enter.
- You can run the tool with more parameters, like this: chkdsk c:/r.