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Comos

Experience running a Win9X on SSD drive with SATA/IDE bridge

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Greetings all,

In near future I would like to migrate my system from a standart HDD to a SSD.I already got a SATA/IDE bridge (JMicron) and Im looking for a suitable SSD.

Does anybody did this already and can share some experience if there are some problems and so on, performance etc..

Thanks for advices !

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@Comos

See here:

jaclaz

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So we have to "search" for specifics?

APPARENTLY a Laptop? :unsure:

MAYBE one of these? :unsure:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SATA-Laptop-Hard-Drive-Controller/dp/B004DNS6DS

How about some specifics? (Crystal ball out being cleaned...)

Sry forgot to mention.It's for my oldscholie tuned board ASUS TX97-X with AMD-K6-III+@450.

I already got this bridge based on JMicron - http://www.vantecusa.com/en/product/view_detail/383

Now just looking for a suitable 120GB drive (Due to the 137GB limit of the patched bios).

One thing is that I won¨t be able to TRIM the drive if needed....maybe only with hdparm tool

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@Comos

See here:

jaclaz

Thanks ! Good research...

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