yep, but you have to make sure the SSD is the first hard disk recognised by the BIOS. Windows complains if you don't have it's OS stuff on the first hard disk...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 13/10/2009
An SSD might be faster but you don't get more space, for example, you might have a...might be 240 gb but it is still only 240gb, you don't get more space with an SSD. The SSD was intended to be used as a ramdrive...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 11/05/2012
... or Norton Ghost) and then drop it onto the new SSD. You can either clone drive to drive, or clone drive to USB drive, then...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 17/02/2016
yes, there actually have free but useful data recover software can be helpful, H-Data Recovery Master for SSD drive Recovery some other program do free but the have limits that can only recover part of the lost file
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 25/03/2015
You can surely try, its easy to do and remove should it not really boost perfromance. However I have not really seen an advantage to ready boost unless the machine is really old and can barely run the vista/7 operating system anyway. It can in fact slow down performance of a high...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 28/06/2010
log-structured filesystems http://serverfault.com/questions/5958/most-appropriate-log-structured-file-system-to-use-with-linux-ssd
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 25/08/2009
Your SSD is the System Disk!! You making a ...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 08/09/2012
You're better off cloning the disk image from the old hard drive onto the SSD. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_%28software%29
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/12/2012