Installing a SSD in a Desktop PC
Installing a SSD in a Notebook PC
SSD Data Migration -- Desktop and Notebook
Frequently Asked Questions
Does SSDNow require special drivers?
Should I defragment the SSDNow drive to maintain optimal performance?
What is TRIM and Garbage Collection? How are they related? Will TRIM work in XP, Vista or Linux?
How do I verify the TRIM command is enabled in Windows 7?
Will the SSD experience a performance decrease? If so, is there a way to reset the drive to a factory default?
The SSD is detected in the BIOS when connected to a SATA port but is not seen in "My Computer" or on the desktop of my Mac. How can I resolve this?
If I enable the hard drive security password on my SSDNow drive and forget my password, can I reset the drive in order to use it again?
The Acronis True Image software that comes with this SSD bundle does not run in Windows. How do I use this software?
Is the SSDNow compatible with the USB enclosure?
And, if so, why can't the Kingston SSDNow be installed into the 2.5" USB enclosure during the cloning process?
Why does Acronis freeze up the computer at the language selection screen?
Can I use Acronis to clone my hard drive in my Mac computer?
How do I clone an SSD in a Mac?
Acronis states that the drive in the USB enclosure is not recognised.
It is plugged into a USB 3.0 port.
How do I resolve this?
Is there a firmware update available for my V200 drive?
What is the reason for it?
Can I use two or more SSD drives in a RAID?
What is SMART and do the SSDNow drives support it?
Why didn't my primary HDD transfer rate score in the Windows Experience Index (WEI) go up after installing the new SSDNow drive?
Are these devices intended for use with desktops or notebooks?
Is my data safe when I send my SSD back to Kingston for warranty replacement/repair?
Can I clone a password-protected hard drive with the cloning software provided in the SSDNow Bundle Kit?