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Old 5th March 2010, 16:12   #1
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Default Too TRIM? When SSD Data Recovery is Impossible

It goes without saying that solid-state drives are well-worth the investment in order to give your PC some responsiveness, but with all the benefits they can offer, there's one lesser-known issue that we'll talk about here. That issue is simple. As soon as you delete a file on a TRIM-enabled SSD, the data is gone, for good. http://techgage.com/article/too_trim...is_impossible/
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