thinking of a solid-state drive for W10 upgrade

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Re: thinking of a solid-state drive for W10 upgrade

Postby jeffbert » 1 week ago

tHANKS, but I just want something that plugs into the SATA connector. I know this will affect performance, but it will still be much better than it currently is.

My reason is, even if the bios supports it (Last flashed summer of 2019), there will be two parts, both of which must work properly, & I prefer only the one.

Thanks very much for the help!
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Re: thinking of a solid-state drive for W10 upgrade

Postby Tetsuwan Penguin » 1 week ago

Then use ANY of the ones you posted the link to. ALL SATA connected SSD's will work with your computer, just base your choice on desired size and budget cost. Be aware that due to flash memory chip projected shortages, prices are rising quickly so buy sooner than later!
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Re: thinking of a solid-state drive for W10 upgrade

Postby jeffbert » 1 day ago

My stuff came on Friday; I already installed the RAM, & have not seen the unresponsive problems since. I have many tabs on any browser I may be using, & perhaps they were the problem. Now, my gadget RAM meter has not gone past 1/2way, even with three browsers open, and about 80 pages between them. Previously, the meter would be just shy of its red line.

Assuming this solves the program not responding problem, I would likely just upgrade install W10. I know there is a way to xfer the thing on to a SSD, but that can wait.

Thanks for all your help, guys!
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