Why won't my computer's BIOS recognise my new Solid State Drive?

Answer The BIOS is probably not ready for SSD drives yet. See if updating your BIOS firmware will help. It's a long shot and is risky but it's worth a try. If you are not willing to take the risk, contact... Read More »

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Solid state hard drive?

Funny you should ask. I just last month purchased an Intel Series 520, 120 Gig SSD. I couldn't be more pleased. My XP Pro would boot in about three minutes with the Seagate drive. With the Inte... Read More »

Solid state drive on windows 7?

I just checked mine (built last January) and C: has just over 64G on it. I try to be frugal with space on it (but not sooper hard). The Windows folder is at around 25G.I think prices are coming d... Read More »

What is a solid-state hard drive?

A hard drive is a storage device on which everything on a computer is stored. The hard drive sits inside a computer, and all of the programs, including the operating system, are installed onto it. ... Read More »

Difference between 256GB High Performance SATA Solid State Drive and 1TB SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive with Native C?

SSD is much much faster than HDD. They are also much newer and more expensive hence why the storage sizes aren't that large. HDD uses a disk to read and write data. Whereas a SSD uses things which ... Read More »