Recently I have upgraded my mid 2010 17″ MBP with a 256GB SSD. Together with the built-in 500GB, I have successfully created a DIY fusion drive. 565 more words
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Today we received a Solid State hard drive.After the initial diagnostic one of my engineers verified it had a fried chip.These are very difficult recoveries as there are multiple chips the data is written across.We were successful in recovering almost 100 % of the data.Just remember just because its a Sold State hard drive doesn’t mean it wont fail.We are getting lots of these Solid State hard drives in.So remember and back up all your hard drives.
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I attended the Flash Memory Summit 2014, held in Santa Clara, California. The organizers told me that registration for this year’s annual event was approximately 5000 people, with somewhere in the vicinity of 3500-4000 people attending, which should certainly be considered a success. 23 more words
I have been switching a lot of people from HDD (hard disk drives: spinning, magnetic disks) to SSD (solid state disk: silicon/flash-based) recently. It can breathe new life into an old PC/laptop, the HDD is almost invariably the slowest part of the system. 637 more words