1andonly
2 Iron

SSDRIVES

I have an XPS 15Z ordered with 256GB SOLID STATE DRIVE, and was so impressed with the speed that I have installed one in my XPS17.

This unit came with 1.5GB (2x750GB) DRIVES

I purchased a 128GB CRUCIAL SSD, cloned my 'C' drive and installed it myself. I'm not an expert, and found this chore easy to accomplish.

END RESULT: I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT THIS IS THE SAME LAPTOP! IT'S SO MUCH FASTER.

I WILL NEVER AGAIN PURCHASE ANY PC OR LAPTOP WITHOUT A SSD!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.  Cheers.

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IsauraCG
1 Copper

RE: SSDRIVES

hello, after some years now i finally have the money to a new ssd drive... i read your post and wander how to clone my old disk data to the new ssd as you mention .. please help!

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1andonly
2 Iron

RE: SSDRIVES

Firstly instal a program ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE. You can use this 30 days for free.

http://www.acronis.com.au/homecomputing/trueimage/#close

After installing it is self explanitory  Cheers, Ian

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dallascowboyswo
4 Ruthenium

RE: SSDRIVES

As you have found out this probably the best upgrade you can do for yourself at this time.

Sam

Own: Dell Chromebook 11, Alienware M11xR2

   

Forum Member since 2004

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IsauraCG
1 Copper

RE: SSDRIVES

Thank you so much guys. Really helpfull. XD

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