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    Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    The Intel SSD X25 -M, through the use of MLC 34 nm chips and a high performance controller is able to significant increase as the overall responsiveness and speed of PC. This Serial ATA drive next-generation combines performance, improved reliability, durability and energy saving. Boxed , the SSD drive comes with an installation kit for Desktop PC ( in 3.5 " ) Drive Adapter 2.5 " to 3.5 ", mounting screws , installation guide and warranty card. I need SSD and find how to put the iso on usb?

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    Re: Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    First and foremost , I advise you to disable the automatic restart , it can sometimes turn loop :
    - click "right "on the " My Computer " ( on the desktop) / Properties / Advanced tab /
    "Startup and Recovery " (Settings ) / " System Failure "
    uncheck " Automatically restart .
    Just one or two questions p'tites to learn more :
    - What message do you have on the blue screen ? Eg . " BAD_POOL_HEADER " means that it is (probably) a hardware problem ( conflit. .. ) or " IRQL_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL " driver problem ( ! ) , hardware conflict , ...
    - What is your hardware ( PC brand ) or list (CPU , motherboard , graphics card , memory ,...)
    - Your OS (XP, Vista, ... )

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    Re: Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    Simplicity seems to be the word manager of Intel SSD . Like hard drives , Intel says some practical information like the number of firmware or the serial number . Inside , a controller " home " , the Intel PC29AS21AA0 , supported by 16 MB cache Samsung (SDRAM ) and officer, contrary to all SSD competitors , not 16 but 20 NAND Flash chips branded IM Flash ( resulting from a combination mark Intel / Micron ).

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    Re: Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    The tested model is a copy "box " from trade. It is new and has a very practical set the SSD in a desktop computer : an adapter to 3.5'' 2.5'' . Like its predecessor , the SSD remains sober . He bartered his black suit for a gray " aluminum " . And again, the information normally seen on the hard drives are present here. This SSD is thinner than the others, which may be a plus in some cases . Nevertheless , this poses the disadvantage of having an SSD too late for many laptop that provide a place of 9.5 mm thick or more, no less . The DSS would find insecure and would be manhandled in transit. Intel has designed for owners of laptops by adding to a SSD " 'spacer ' (read the spacer ), which compensates the lack of thickness , increasing the value of 7 to 9.5 mm . The spacer ( black on the left) is easily removed by means of four screws.

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    Re: Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    Intel X25-M G2 80 gig SSD Flash chips have more capacity from 4 GB ( the version G1 ) to 8 GB in this case. The controller also evolved from the version PC29AS21AA0 version PC29AS21BA0 and now supported by a chip SDRAM ISSI slower (143 MHz against 166 MHz) but more spacious ( 32 MB against 16 MB for the Samsung G1 ). Multiple X25- M second generation are equipped with smart home Micron SDRAM 16 MB 133 MHz, instead of the chip ISSI .

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    Re: Intel X25-M G2 80 gig help

    We guess that the compatibility SATA 6 Gb / s will be part of innovation . The Lyndonville also adopt the flash memory etched 25 nm, instead of the 34 nm X25- M current ( 50 nm and the X25 - E) . Three models are planned : 100GB , 200GB and 400GB.The flow rates achieved are still unknown , but given the success of the first X25 , it is reasonable to expect wonders from Intel.

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