1 (edited by StephenStoelinga14 2019-05-15 10:05:34)

Topic: Is there any way of detecting if a drive is a SSD?

I'm getting ready to release a tool that is only effective with regular hard drives, not SSD (solid state drive).
In fact, it shouldn't be used with SSD's because it will result in a lot of read/writes with no real effectiveness.

Anyone knows of a way of detecting if a given drive is solid-state?



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3 (edited by timbo99 2020-02-18 09:05:00)

Re: Is there any way of detecting if a drive is a SSD?

You probably could use some characteristics of the drive (latency, speed, size), though this won't be accurate for all drives https://www.tellpopeyes.website

4 (edited by Shadhaa 2020-05-14 16:58:21)

Re: Is there any way of detecting if a drive is a SSD?

Simply press the Windows key + R keyboard shortcut to open the Run box, type dfrgui and press Enter PayGOnline. When the Disk Defragmenter window is shown, look for the Media type column and you can find out which drive is solid state drive (SSD), and which one is hard disk drive (HDD).