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Can i upgrade Lenovo G585-5934575 hard drive to ssd

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Yes you can upgrade the hard drive from 80 to 160 GIG SATA for you to have more storage for your computer files....

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: just want to know if

you might be able to find a compatable upgrade ssd but remember ssd's are just basically chips on a pcb not like an old "record player" hard disk drive,which also has more moving parts and is likely to fail at an earlier stage due to this.Also ssd's are shock proof which gives them the advantage

Posted on Oct 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a CN5560 laptop with a 40 GB ide hard

I would say not, the other solution is complete rubbish and makes no sense. The current crop of SSD's are very expensive and are usually SATA not PATA (parallel ATA) which I assume yours is. I would upgrade to a non SSD drive of around 120gb for a good price performance ratio.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

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SOURCE: I have an Acer Aspire V3-771G laptop and it has two 750GB hard drives. I want to replace one if these two by an SSD hard drive. So my questions are: What kind of SSD hard drive do I need for this lapt

Dual drive, uhm? You are looking for a mSATA. All that matters is the connection. So, yes you can.

However, being that this a new machine, why would sacrifice so much space? You won't find an 750GB SSD card, and expect to pay about a dollar (USA) per GB. That means a 120GB drive will cost you over $100. - Just my 2 cents.

GL

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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SOURCE: I see your point. But if I decide to place an SSD hard drive and leave the other one inside, would Windows 7 read or recognize it? It is not an SSD hard drive. Please answer ASAP

Yes, windows will detect the other drive. You'll just have to reformat if you want to use it as a data drive or whatever.

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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