Actually, just a minute ago, I opened my Intel 750 Drive, which was showing 55% full in the SSD Optimizer, and at the same time, I just so happened to have a window open showing the contents of this drive. The second I clicked on SSD Optimizer, the entire drive filled up with "--==(Intel_Trim_File_32)==--.bin" and the File_32 portion increased to 33, then 34, all the way until the entire drive was filled up.
So now, even if I delete some of these files to make free space on the drive for SSD Optimizer to run, this work around no longer works. The software populates the entire drive until it's completely full of these "--==(Intel_Trim_File_32)==--.bin" files and then none of the software that came with the drive, to run on a scheduled basis to prevent this from happening, no longer works. This drive it a piece of crap, and I've had nothing but problems the second I received it to swap it for my M.2 drive. Good thing it's still under 30 days. I can still get my money back.
Please let us know some additional details about configuration so we can get a better understanding of this condition:
SSD firmware version
NVMe driver (as seen in Device Manager)
SSD Model and form factor(Add in card, or 2.5in)
Intel SSD® Toolbox version
How is the SSD connected to the computer (which slot, type of connector, cable, etc)
what is the error message when Optimizer crashes?
As we understand, you are seeing this trim files using Windows* explorer, please confirm if this so.
Usually the SSD is filled up with Trim files while the Optimizer is running, so it may be good to double check if it is not running when the issue happens. Please double check the TRIM schedule, since it may be running before or at the time the PC starts running slow and the 750 drive fills up completely with TRIM files (you mentioned this happens about once a day).
Please let us know what was happening before/at the time PC started to run slow? Was they any specific activity like copying or deleting large files, virus scan, etc?
Please confirm for how long the Optimizer was working, and for how long did you wait after the full drive was populated with Intel_Trim_File_XX files.
Trim should work automatically without needing the Optimizer if you use Windows 7. When you run the Optimizer, it should delete all these Intel_Trim_File_XX files after it finishes.
For any further assistance, let us know this information along with the 750 log file, which can be exported from Intel® SSD Toolbox.