Installing a SSD in a Desktop PC
Installing a SSD in a Notebook PC
SSD Data Migration -- Desktop and Notebook
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enable the security on an encrypted solid state drive?
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?
If I enable security for my encrypted solid state drive, can I use it on another computer that is compatible with hard drive security mode?
If I enable the ATA security on my SSDNow drive and forget my password, can I reset the drive in order to use it again?
What operating systems support exFAT?
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?
I purchased an upgrade kit. Where can I find support for this kit?
Can I use two or more SSD drives in a RAID?
What is S.M.A.R.T. 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?
The toolbox will not see my drive. It states "No SandForce drives found" or "No Kingston drives found". How do I resolve this?