Tools and Utilities FAQ's

How do I use SSD Utility's Overprovisioning feature?

Increasing the amount of unallocated NAND flash memory capacity for overprovisioning (OP) purposes increases an SSD's performance under higher workloads and helps the drive maintain itself more efficiently. If ...

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How do I create a Bootable SSD Utility USB drive in Mac OS X®?

Some drives and configurations may require a bootable SSD Utility environment for drive maintenance and updating. To create a bootable SSD Utility USB drive in Mac OS X®, please go to https://ssd.toshiba-memory...

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What is Secure Erase?

Secure Erase is part of the ATA instruction set and can be used to safely erase data from a drive. Issuing a Secure Erase will cause the drive to be completely "zeroed", meaning it is being filled with zeroes a...

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What Operating Systems are compatible with Acronis® True Image™ HD?

Acronis® True Image™ HD 2013 is compatible with Windows® XP SP3, Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition SP2, Windows Vista® SP2 (both x32 and x64 versions, all editions), Windows® 7 SP1 (both x32 and x64 versions...

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Where do I download Acronis® True Image™ HD?

If you purchased an OCZ SSD model that comes with an Acronis® True Image™ HD license, you will have to download the corresponding Acronis® True Image™ HD software version from ocz.com. To do so, please follow t...

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How do I Secure Erase my SATA SSD using SSD Utility?

To Secure Erase your SATA SSD using SSD Utility, please download SSD Utility from https://ssd.toshiba-memory.com/en-amer/download/ Please note: Data that has been deleted through Secure Erase cannot be recover...

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