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  1. #11


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    Ah, it was just a comment in XML format, and highlighting applied to the wrong line. I've removed it completely to eliminate confusion.

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  2. #12


    After modifying, I tried to save the file but permission denied and gave the option to save the modified file in My Documents, then I imported the saved file TRIM-SSD 2.xml to Task scheduler, the original TRIM-SSD.xml file still in System32, will that be alright or do I need to change permission to that file and import to Task Scheduler?
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  3. #13


    Posts : 480
    Windows 8 Pro x64


    Well, I didn't realize the procedure is so full of obstacles

    When you export the file, you should save it in a folder for which you have write permissions, like Desktop or My Documents. It's just a text file, nothing more. Then you modify two lines and import, that's it.

    You've imported the file, so you're good to go. You can delete the one from System32 or let it sit there, doesn't matter. You can delete all exported files, they have no effect on task scheduler.

    Vadim
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  4. #14


    Hi Vadim,
    Thanks for all your help and a great work, actually the procedure is very simple once you get to know, as you said I should have exported to a new folder and wouldn't have gone to system32 folder, I will wait and see how it goes and can do it again next week
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  5. #15


    This is just an update since I created a Task Schedule only for Trim, no defragging of my SSD noticed
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  6. #16


    Posts : 480
    Windows 8 Pro x64


    Thanks for the update! Yep, this is your custom task in action trimming your drive, and everything is good
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