Replacing 160 Gb HDD with SSD 128Gb

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Fortius, Nov 28, 2008.

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    Fortius

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    I have been thinking,that I could achieve some advantages (faster booting and access to different programmes and shutting down-times) replacing the 160Gb HDD with fast 128 Gb SSD (OCZ,Samsung etc) and simultaneously could be the connectivity (ZIF) solved.I have Vista Home Premium and it is booting about 75 sec.When I am on the way the greater speed would be remarkable advantage.SD booting seems to be quite tricky,but with SSD no issue.Everything (Vista and all programmes) would be in one drive and additionally two extra storage SD´s.

    I have an external DVD drive,which requires resolution of 1024x768,but I couldn´t find any working solution under Vista,only XP.

    Acer Aspire One 160 Gb HDD,3G,1,5Gb Ram
     
    Fortius, Nov 28, 2008
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