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현재 버전: mike ,

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Hi Nick,
 
You might like to know that I tried to upgrade a DELL Inspiron 6000 (made in 2005!) using a laptop IDE to SATA adapter with a SATA SanDisk 60GB SSD drive. To get it to fit I took the drive out of its case ( circuit board was half size) so it would fit in the drive bay.
You might like to know that I tried to upgrade a DELL Inspiron 6000 (made in 2005!) using a laptop IDE to SATA adapter with a SATA SanDisk 60GB SSD drive. To get it to fit I took the drive out of its case ( circuit board was half size) so it would fit in the drive bay.
 
Well it worked with Windows 10 32bit but very, very slow. So a success yet a failure.
 
For TRIM on XP just run one of the software packages on a regular basis.
 
I also have a Compaq Presario HP-SR1820NX_Athlon 64 3400_1 Core_2.21GHz desktop with XP Pro which I use for an old, very high resolution, flatbed scanner with no W7 or W10 drivers.
 
It has a SATA 1.5 controller with connected SSD.
 
To make a long story short - XP Pro is very finicky after years of W7 and W10!!!!
 
Recently did MS's POSReady security updates for XP and it reduced system Windows Explorer to a crawl - screen, refreshes, openning drive folder, etc. retore back to previous and O.K. now.
 
But hey, the scanner is amazing for old photos, etc.!
 
 
 
Good news: I recently got the Dell Inspiron 6000 upgraded to a SSD drive with very good results by using the following components:
 
1.) Kingston 120G SSDNOW UV500 MSATA
 
2.) CY mSATA Mini PCI-E SATA SSD to 2.5 Inch IDE 44pin Notebook Laptop Hard Disk Enclosure.
 
It now gives my 2014 Acer E 14 (ES1-411-C1WD), with an Intel '''Celeron N2940 1.8GHz'''  4 Cores 4 Threads, a run for its money! Windows 10 x32 now works well on it.
It now gives my 2014 Acer E 14 (ES1-411-C1WD), with an Intel '''Celeron N2940 1.8GHz'''  4 Cores 4 Threads, a run for its money! Windows 10 x32 now works well on it.

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편집 작업: mike ,

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Hi Nick,
 
You might like to know that I tried to upgrade a DELL Inspiron 6000 using a laptop IDE to SATA adapter with a SATA SanDisk 60GB SSD drive. To get it to fit I took the drive out of its case ( circuit board was half size) so it would fit in the drive bay.
 
Well it worked with Windows 10 32bit but very, very slow. So a success yet a failure.
 
For TRIM on XP just run one of the software packages on a regular basis.
 
I also have a Compaq Presario HP-SR1820NX_Athlon 64 3400_1 Core_2.21GHz desktop with XP Pro which I use for an old, very high resolution, flatbed scanner with no W7 or W10 drivers.
 
It has a SATA 1.5 controller with connected SSD.
 
To make a long story short - XP Pro is very finicky after years of W7 and W10!!!!
 
Recently did MS's POSReady security updates for XP and it reduced system Windows Explorer to a crawl - screen, refreshes, openning drive folder, etc. retore back to previous and O.K. now.
 
But hey, the scanner is amazing for old photos, etc.!
 
 
 
Good news: I recently got the Dell Inspiron 6000 upgraded to a SSD drive with very good results by using the following components:
 
1.) Kingston 120G SSDNOW UV500 MSATA
 
2.) CY mSATA Mini PCI-E SATA SSD to 2.5 Inch IDE 44pin Notebook Laptop Hard Disk Enclosure.
 
It now gives my 2014 Acer E 14 (ES1-411-C1WD), with an Intel '''Celeron N2940 1.8GHz'''  4 Cores 4 Threads, a run for its money!

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Hi Nick,

You might like to know that I tried to upgrade a DELL Inspiron 6000 using a  laptop IDE to SATA adapter with a SATA SanDisk 60GB SSD drive. To get it to fit I took the drive out of its case ( circuit board was half size) so it would fit in the drive bay.

Well it worked with Windows 10 32bit but very, very slow. So a success yet a failure.

For TRIM on XP just run one of the software packages on a regular basis.

I also have a Compaq Presario HP-SR1820NX_Athlon 64 3400_1 Core_2.21GHz desktop with XP Pro  which I use for an old, very high resolution,  flatbed scanner with no W7 or W10 drivers.

It has a  SATA 1.5 controller with connected SSD.

To make a long story short - XP Pro is very finicky after years of W7 and W10!!!!

Recently did MS's POSReady security updates for XP and it reduced system Windows Explorer to a crawl - screen, refreshes, openning drive folder, etc. retore back to previous and O.K. now.

But hey, the scanner is amazing for old photos, etc.!

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