Windows 7 add SSD
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6/11/19 Last Updated:
After adding the SSD:
Initially, after the drive is plugged in it will not show up under Computer.
Win key →
device manager →
look at disk drives to see if the drive installed is there.
Control Panel →
Administrative Tools →
Computer management →
Disk Management →
Click on the drive and then on the right click on More Actions →
All Tasks →
Change Drive Letters and Path. Leave as is or change and hit ok.
A status icon representing disk health for the selected Samsung SSD is displayed on the Main Screen. This feature is only for certain Samsung SSD Models.
- Good (Green) Indicates that your Samsung SSD is in very good condition. All SMART attributes are in good condition.
- Normal (Yellow) Indicates that your Samsung SSD is in normal condition. Some Reserved Blocks may be used, but it is within the normal range.
- Poor (Red) Indicates that your Samsung SSD may need to be replaced with a new one. You should back up all data stored on your SSD to another storage device and replace the drive as soon as possible.
, windows 7