Replacing Laptop Hard Drive with a SSD

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:27 16 Dec 2012

You need to read your motherboard’s manual but I’m pretty sure that the mSATA port is used strictly to cache a HDD with an O/S installed on it.

If you can only afford a 64GB SSD then use the mSATA drive.

If you can afford a large capacity SSD then forget about mSATA.

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