1 SSD Guru Installation and User Guide Software Version 1.4
2 Contents Welcome! Key features System requirements Installing SSD Guru Install SSD Guru in Windows or Linux Create a bootable USB flash drive Start SSD Guru UI overview Uninstall SSD Guru Using SSD Guru View the SSD dashboard View SSD details View system details View SMART details Trim your SSD Manage over provisioning Tune the SSD operating system Update firmware or BIOS Secure erase data from a non-nvme SSD Format an NVMe SSD Manage system settings Find further information Save a support package OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company. All Rights Reserved. The information in this document is proprietary and confidential to OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company (OCZ). No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means, and may not be used to make any derivative work (such as translation, transformation, or adaptation) without written permission from OCZ. OCZ provides this documentation without warranty, term or condition of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, express and implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. While the information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, no representations or warranties of accuracy or completeness are made. In no event is OCZ liable for damages arising directly or indirectly from any use of or reliance upon the information contained in this document. OCZ retains the right to make changes to this product and/or the program(s) described in this documentation at any time, without notice. Products may have minor variations to this publication, known as errata. OCZ assumes no liability whatsoever, including infringement of any patent or copyright, for sale and use of OCZ products. OCZ and the OCZ logo are registered trademarks of OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company. All other product names are trademarks, registered trademarks, or servicemarks of their respective owners. The OCZ SSD Guru product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and other intellectual property laws. Do not lend or make illegal copies. Use of OCZ SSD Guru is subject to compliance with applicable license terms and conditions. Installation Technical Support OCZ products include free technical support for direct, expert advice. For installation technical support, you can contact us at Document identifier: INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6, September 2015 Software version: 1.4 ii
3 Welcome! OCZ SSD Guru replaces the OCZ Toolbox. SSD Guru enables you to manage and get the best out of your OCZ SSDs. Key features SSD Guru enables you to: see a dashboard view of the status of your SSD see a detailed view of SMART attributes update SSD firmware and BIOS manage over provisioning optimize your operating system trim blocks of data that are no longer in use secure erase data to make it unrecoverable assist OCZ technical support diagnose problems with views and logs of SSD, computer and SSD Guru details System requirements Supported OCZ SSDs include: RevoDrive family Vector family Vertex 4n0 family Arc family Radeon family Trion family Supported operating systems: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 Linux distributions: Fedora 19 and above Mint 17 and above Ubuntu and above Before using SSD Guru: Windows and Linux: set the SATA controller to AHCI mode in the motherboard BIOS; for instructions see the user documentation for your computer you must run SSD Guru as an administrator for firmware or BIOS updates, your computer must be connected to the internet make back-up copies of any data on the SSD that you want to keep; some operations result in the complete loss of data on the SSD (you are warned if this will happen) INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 1
4 Installing SSD Guru This guide assumes that you have already correctly installed your OCZ SSDs. You can: Install SSD Guru in Windows or Linux Create a bootable USB flash drive. This enables you to do some things that you cannot do from within your operating system. For example, for some SSDs you cannot update the firmware if it is the system boot drive Install SSD Guru in Windows or Linux Windows - run the installer and follow the onscreen instructions. Linux - extract the executable from the tar.gz file using tar xvf SSDGuruversion.tar.gz and copy the executable to the location on your computer from which you want to run it. Create a bootable USB flash drive You can create a bootable flash drive to boot your Windows, Linux or Mac system and start SSD Guru. These instructions assume that you are familiar with the applications described and have access to the relevant user documentation for the full instructions. Note: before you start, ensure that you back up any data on the USB flash drive that you want to keep, as any data on the flash drive is erased during this procedure. The USB drive is automatically formatted as FAT32, which ensures that any files saved onto the drive can be easily read from any Windows, Linux or Mac system. When saving support packages from inside SSD Guru, they are saved by default in the support_packages folder on the USB drive. Bootable SSD Guru To create a bootable USB flash drive in Windows and Linux, run the standard SSD Guru utility. 1 In the options bar, select Help; then in the task list, select Bootable SSD Guru. 2 Open a web browser and go to Select your SSD type and download the Bootable SSD Guru dmg image. 3 In SSD Guru click the browse button and select the downloaded dmg image. 4 Select the USB flash drive to which you want to write this image. Click Refresh if your USB flash drive is not listed. 5 Click Create. Note: if you prefer, you can use the standard command line dd utility in Linux to write this image to the USB flash drive. To prepare a bootable USB flash drive in Mac OS X: 1 Open a web browser and go to Select your SSD type and download the Bootable SSD Guru dmg image. 2 Using the Mac OS X Disk Utility, erase your USB drive. Select FAT format and name the drive SSDSUPPORT. Ensure that the partition map scheme for the drive is Master Boot Record (MBR) and not GUID Partition Table (GPT). 3 Double-click the downloaded dmg file. This mounts it and enables you to access its contents. 4 Copy the content of the mounted dmg file onto the empty USB drive. Note: if you prefer, you can use the standard command line dd utility from a Terminal window to write this image to the USB flash drive OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
5 Start SSD Guru Windows operating system A shortcut to SSD Guru is installed along with the application, for example in the Start menu under OCZ Storage Solutions - SSD Guru. Click this to run SSD Guru. Linux operating system Navigate to the folder you copied SSD Guru to and double click the executable. If the Support and Forums buttons under Help do not open correctly in your browser on your Linux distribution, then use the following command line to run SSD Guru instead: su - -c "$PWD/SSDGuru" Windows or Linux bootable media 1 Insert your USB flash drive into your system, then restart your system. 2 Set your BIOS to boot from your USB flash drive; see the relevant user documentation for your system. If your BIOS supports both UEFI and legacy boot, select legacy boot first. You only need use UEFI boot if you experience any issues with legacy boot. 3 At the start of the boot process, a menu is shown with the options SSD Support and SSD Support (Safe Mode). After a few seconds SSD Support is automatically selected. 4 Once the system has booted, SSD Guru automatically starts; see UI overview on page 4. 5 To update your SSD firmware or BIOS from the internet when your PC is connected using a wireless interface, you must configure your wireless settings to allow the update. If you do not have a wired network connection, you are prompted to do so when the system starts. If your computer fails to boot correctly after step 3, repeat the steps but select SSD Support (Safe Mode). The same functionality is available, but your system runs at a lower graphics resolution. Apple Macintosh bootable media 1 Shut down your system. 2 Insert the bootable USB flash drive and start up your Mac. 3 When the screen switches on (indicated by the black screen becoming gray), hold down the Option (Alt) key until the bootable drives are listed. A USB icon (example below) is shown. This can take from several seconds up to several minutes: you must continue to press the Option (Alt) key. 4 At the start of the boot process, a menu is shown with the options SSD Support and SSD Support (Safe Mode). After a few seconds SSD Support is automatically selected. 5 SSD Guru starts; see UI overview on page 4. 6 To update your SSD firmware or BIOS from the internet when your Mac is connected using a wireless interface, you must configure your wireless settings to allow the update. If you do not have a wired network connection, you are prompted to do so when the system starts. If your Mac fails to boot correctly after step 4, repeat the steps but select SSD Support (Safe Mode). The same functionality is available, but your system runs at a lower graphics resolution. INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 3
6 UI overview The SSD Guru window is divided into panes options bar - main tasks you can carry out; what you click here changes what is shown in the main pane and further tasks are listed in the drive list pane 2 select drive list - a list of SSDs attached to the current computer. If you only have one SSD attached to your computer, it is automatically selected. When you have more than one SSD attached, ensure that you select the SSD you want before you click an option in the options bar 3 task list - tasks you can carry out; task status information 4 main pane - displays information you request, or fields for a task Bootable SSD Guru task bar The bootable SSD Guru shows a task bar at the bottom of the screen, with the following icons: shut down your system take a screenshot. This is automatically saved to the screenshots folder on the USB flash drive open a fully featured web browser start SSD Guru; to use if you close SSD Guru and you want to run it again without restarting (right side of task bar) view and edit wired and wireless network configuration OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
7 Uninstall SSD Guru To uninstall from Windows, use the standard uninstall facility in Control Panel, or run the installer again and select Remove. To uninstall from Linux, delete the application executable file from your computer. To remove SSD Guru from your bootable USB drive: 1 Insert the USB drive into a Windows or Linux computer. 2 Reformat the USB drive, which enables you to access the full drive capacity. INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 5
8 Using SSD Guru You can view the current status of your SSDs, optimise their operation and perform maintenance tasks on them, including: View the SSD dashboard View SMART details Manage over provisioning Update firmware or BIOS Secure erase data from a non-nvme SSD Format an NVMe SSD Save a support package View the SSD dashboard In the options bar, click Overview, then in the task list, click Dashboard. See the following descriptions of what is shown. Capacity Select All Drive to show a summary of capacity details for all partitions on your SSD, including space that is: unallocated to any partition other partitions such as those reserved by your system partitions that SSD Guru cannot access information for To show the amount of free and used space for a specific volume, select the volume from the list. Note: when running bootable SSD Guru, the Capacity information on the Dashboard may not reflect the expected information as it does not have access to the full file system information. For example, the SSD may appear to be entirely unallocated. Interface Interface: Shows the connection type and speed as well as the interface connection status and suggestions for possible improvements. = interface connection is working optimally = interface connection is not working at the optimal speed. Check that the SSD is installed in a port of the correct speed AHCI Mode (SATA SSDs only): AHCI mode is required for optimal SSD performance and for certain features such as firmware updates. = AHCI mode is set and is working optimally = AHCI mode is not set. Enable AHCI mode in your BIOS OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
9 Warning: (Windows only) changing AHCI mode can affect your Windows system boot drive and prevent Windows from booting. Check whether your BIOS supports AHCI mode, and whether setting it affects your system boot drive. If your Windows cannot boot with AHCI mode enabled, do the following: 1 Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search box, then press Enter. 2 Locate and then click one of the following registry subkeys: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Msahci HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\IastorV 3 In the right-hand pane, right-click Start in the Name column, then click Modify. 4 In the Value field, type 0, then click OK. 5 Reboot your computer, enter the BIOS and set AHCI mode as described in your BIOS documentation. For more information please refer to Microsoft Knowledge Base article Drive Health The percentage life left for the SSD. = SSD operating optimally = consider replacing your SSD to prevent future data loss = replace your SSD urgently Temperature Only shown when your SSD type reports its temperature. Updates = within the standard safe operating temperature range = the SSD is reaching the maximum safe operating temperature = urgent temperature reduction required to prevent data loss and damage to your SSD If your computer is connected to the internet and your operating system permits updates while it is running, you can update firmware and BIOS here. Otherwise, see Update firmware or BIOS on page 10. = the latest version is installed = an update has been applied but is not active; restart or shut down your system to complete the activation = an update is available Unable to check - possible causes are: your host network has not yet started. Once the network has started, SSD Guru checks again, so no further action is required your computer does not have access to the internet; check that your browser is working correctly your computer needs to use a proxy server to access the internet, but this has not been configured; see Proxy Server on page 11 Update - only shown when an update is available. Click to download and install the update from the internet: your computer must be connected to the internet. A confirmation message is shown, click OK to download and install the update. View SSD details Shows details about your SSD, which may be needed when requesting help from OCZ technical support. In the options bar, click Overview, then in the task list, click SSD details. INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 7
10 View system details Shows technical information about your computer, which may be needed when requesting help from OCZ technical support. In the options bar, click Overview, then in the task list, click System details. View SMART details Shows Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) attributes. These can help you decide whether there is a problem with an SSD. The SMART attribute types include: endurance - items that indicate or affect the lifetime of the SSD functionality - general SSD operation while the SSD is being used information - the environment that the SSD is being used in To view the SMART attributes for an SSD: 1 In the options bar, click Overview, then in the task list, click SMART. 2 Select one of: Decimal - identifiers and all values are given in decimal form Hexadecimal - identifiers and all values are given in hexadecimal form To view the current value or state for an attribute, move your mouse over the relevant row. To show a description of an attribute, click in the row of the attribute. Trim your SSD You can manually send a trim command to your SSD to clear blocks of data that are no longer used by the file system, which can improve system performance. On many file systems, such as NTFS in Windows or Linux file systems mounted with discard enabled, trim happens automatically and there is no need to use a manual trim command. This option is only enabled if manual trim is fully supported by the SSD, device driver and operating system. If this button is disabled, this does not stop any automatic trim happening that is supported on your system. 1 In the options bar, click Tuner, then in the tasks list click SSD Tuner. 2 In the trim pane, read the warnings about permanently deleting data and the length of time this option takes to run, then click Trim. A message is shown when the trim is complete OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
11 Manage over provisioning To improve the lifetime and performance of your SSD you can reserve additional space in the largest partition on your SSD, up to the amount your operating system permits. This feature is only supported in Windows for a partition using the NTFS file system. 1 In the options bar, click Tuner, then in the tasks list click SSD Tuner. 2 In the over provisioning pane, the largest partition is automatically selected. The amount of used and free space is shown, along with any space already allocated for over provisioning. 3 Use the slider bar to set the amount of space you want to reserve for additional over provisioning, or enter the amount, then click Apply. The process can take several minutes; a message is shown when it is complete. Tune the SSD operating system Only available if you are using your SSD as the system boot drive in Windows; the operating system tuner optimizes performance when booting from an OCZ SSD. 1 In the options bar, click Tuner, then in the task list, click OS Tuner. 2 Use the Optimization strategy list to select the strategy you want. Features are automatically checked or unchecked according to the strategy you choose. Optimization strategies are: Reliability - extend the life of your SSD Performance - optimize the performance of your system Capacity - maximize the space on your SSD Custom - choose any or all of the features you want Default - restores all options to the standard settings for the operating system Optimization options are: Disable Boot Graphics - reduces system boot time by hiding UI animations during the boot Disable Pre/SuperFetch - (not available and not required in Windows 8 or later) stops the operating system caching items unnecessarily when using an SSD Disable Search Indexing - reduces SSD writes, but can increase search times Do not use hiberfil.sys - increases the available capacity and reduces SSD writes by removing the system file hiberfil.sys. When selected, you cannot use Windows hibernate, hybrid sleep or fast boot/hybrid shutdown features INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 9
12 Update firmware or BIOS If your computer is connected to the internet and your operating system permits updates while it is running, you can update firmware and BIOS from the dashboard Updates pane; see page 7. Otherwise you use the Maintenance option described here. Before updating the firmware or BIOS, back up all data on the SSD. You can create bootable media if needed for an SSD used as the primary boot drive. The BIOS pane is only shown when relevant for your SSD type. 1 In the options bar, click Maintenance, then in the task list, click Tools. 2 In the relevant pane, select one of: Update from Web - looks for any relevant firmware or BIOS update; your computer must be connected to the internet Update from File - to navigate to and select the firmware or BIOS update file you want to use; the file must be supplied by OCZ and you must place it in a folder that your computer can access 3 If the firmware or BIOS file found or selected is a later version than the one on your SSD, a is shown. If the message Unable to check is shown, possible causes are: your host network has not yet started. Once the network has started, SSD Guru checks again, so no further action is required your computer does not have access to the internet; check that your browser is working correctly your computer needs to use a proxy server to access the internet, but this has not been configured; see Proxy Server on page 11 4 If your SSD is used as a system boot drive, you may not be able to update your SSD directly. If this is the case, you need to create bootable media to perform the update; additional fields are shown for you to do so. See Create bootable media below. 5 Otherwise, click Update. A progress bar is shown and a confirmation message shown when the update is complete. A message is shown if you need to restart or shut down your computer to complete the update. Create bootable media 1 To create a bootable USB flash drive, select the USB flash drive to use and click Create. If your USB flash drive is not listed, click Refresh to update the list. 2 When finished, go into your computer s BIOS and change the boot settings. For instructions, see the user documentation for your system. 3 Reboot your computer from the USB flash drive. The firmware update process normally starts automatically. A message is shown indicating when the firmware update is finished. 4 Reset your BIOS settings to boot from the SSD, remove the USB flash drive, then restart your computer OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
13 Secure erase data from a non-nvme SSD You can delete data from your SSD in a way that makes it unrecoverable and return your SSD to an uninitialized state. The SSD is returned to an out-of-box state. If you want to retain the data, copy it somewhere else before you secure erase. Secure erase is disabled for system boot drives. This method is only available for non-nvme SSDs. For details on erasing NVMe SSDs, see Format an NVMe SSD. Note: for some SSD families, due to system security it is not possible to perform a secure erase from within the operating system. In this case, a message is shown when you attempt the secure erase. To perform the secure erase, you can use bootable SSD Guru. 1 In the options bar click Maintenance, then in the task list click Tools. 2 In the secure erase pane, click Erase. A message is shown asking you to confirm the erase. 3 Click Yes. When completed a message is shown indicating that the secure erase has succeeded. If you receive an error that the secure erase failed because the drive is locked, close any applications that may have files or folders open on this SSD and try again. Format an NVMe SSD You can change the low level format of an NVMe SSD. Features available vary depending on the SSD. 1 In the options bar click Maintenance, then in the task list click Tools. 2 In the NVMe Format pane, make any changes that you want. 3 Click Format. Options are: Namespace - for SSDs that support more than one NVMe namespace, you can apply a different format to each namespace Format - to change the LBA data size; for example between 512 and 4096 bytes. You can change the format of any metadata Secure Erase Setting - formatting erases all data from the SSD. Depending on the SSD, the following types of erase may be available: secure erase - securely erases all data from the SSD and makes it unrecoverable crypto erase - securely erases data and makes it unrecoverable, by deleting the encryption key from an encrypted drive Protection Information - if you select a format with metadata, you can select the type of protection information that is stored in this metadata Manage system settings You can set a proxy server, start logging and manage monitoring. Proxy Server By default SSD Guru does not use a proxy server. If you are in a network environment that uses a proxy server to access the internet, and you want to update firmware or BIOS from the web (see page 10), you must specify which proxy server to use. 1 In the options bar, click Settings. 2 In the proxy server pane, check Enable proxy server. 3 Enter the server name and port identifier. 4 Click Apply. A message is shown indicating success or failure. INSTL-USERGUIDE SSD GURU, Revision 6 11
14 Monitoring Monitoring tells you when firmware and BIOS updates are available. Monitoring can only happen while SSD Guru is running. To always monitor your drive, you can keep SSD Guru running in the background. 1 In the options bar, click Settings. 2 In the monitoring pane, check Run SSD Guru in background when GUI closed. 3 (Windows only, when SSD Guru is running from the Program Files folder) To automatically start SSD Guru when you log in to your computer, check Run automatically at login. Logging If you contact technical support to request help with an SSD Guru fault, the technical support team may ask you to provide and send to us a log file for your installation.for instructions on saving a log regarding possible SSD problems, see Save a support package below. The log file is stored in the active directory. For example, in the folder that the SSD Guru application file is located. The file name is in the format SSDGuruddmmyyyy.log. 1 In the options bar, click Settings. 2 In the logging pane, check Log SSD Guru operations to file. 3 To enable logging as soon as you start SSD Guru, check Enable logging from startup. Find further information To view instructions for a task or information about what is shown in a pane, click. The Help is shown in a separate window that you can move, scroll through and close when finished. If you do not find the information you need in the Help or in this guide, you can contact our technical support team; for details, see inside the front cover of this guide. Save a support package If you contact technical support to request help with a possible fault on your SSD, the technical support team may ask you to save and send to us a zip file containing details about your computer and your SSD. The zip file also contains SSD operational logs for any SSDs that provide them. 1 In the options bar, click Help. 2 In the support package pane, click Save Support package and choose the location and file name to save the zip file to OCZ Storage Solutions, Inc. - A Toshiba Group Company
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