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- 1 More speed with solid disk – Install SSD hard drive in Notebook
More speed with solid disk – Install SSD hard drive in Notebook
The first hard drive to use rotating magnetic disks for data storage was created in 1956.
By name IBM 305 RAMAC (Random TOccess Memory ACcounting System).
With a capacity of 5 Mb, a motor rotation of 1,200 rpm, a weight of more than 1,000 kg and with no less than 50 24″ disks.
From this moment the size, speed, weight and price have been improved until today where we can improve the performance of our laptop. installing an SSD hard drive.
Until not long ago, almost all laptops used mechanical S-ATA hard drives, that is, internally there are some parts subject to wear.
Today, many of the laptops are sold with ssd hard drive (Solid Stable Disk).
If your notebook has a mechanical disk, you can change it for an SSD hard disk and increase the performance of the computer.
Mechanical hard drives have a series of internal parts in continuous movement and over time these begin to wear out.
When a hard drive is worn out, there is usually a loss of performance and abnormal slowness of the computer.
A mechanical hard drive can fail, from one day to the next, for various reasons: significant wear, a blow or fall.
When the drive failure is serious, the laptop will not be able to start the operating system or the bios will not detect the hard drive connected to the computer.
The symptoms you have a notebook when you have the bad hard drive are usually:
- When starting the laptop, it tells us to install an operating system.
- The hard drive is not detected in the bios or in the installation of the operating system.
- The notebook is very slow.
- SMART failure when starting the laptop.
- It takes much longer to start the operating system.
- With the system booted, in performance, the hard drive is at 90-100% for a long time.
With any of these symptoms the repair always involves changing the hard drive.
Speed with solid disk - Install SSD hard drive in notebook
Whether due to hard drive failure or because the customer wants to improve his notebook, you can always install an SSD hard drive.
When there is a failure in the mechanical hard drive, but it can be accessed, what we do is save the data.
We copy your data to one of our servers with a RAID data protection system.
We put in the new hard drive, install the operating system, set everything up, and put all your data back in.
If the client wants to expand and improve his laptop, several things can be done:
- Hard drive duplication or cloning. We duplicated the laptop's hard drive. The only thing that the customer will notice as soon as they turn on the laptop is that it runs much faster. All your information is the same as it was before.
- Do a fresh install of the operating system and move the data to the new SSD hard drive.
- If your laptop has a DVDRW type optical drive, and you don't use it, there is a possibility to move the mechanical hard drive to where the DVDRW is by using an adapter. Where the mechanical hard drive was originally, the SSD is placed. This way the laptop would have two hard drives. A fast one for programs and a mechanical one for greater capacity.
Why put an SSD hard drive in a laptop?
SSD hard drives have many advantages and very few drawbacks:
- Speed. An SSD hard drive is about 10 times faster than a normal hard drive.
- Energy efficiency. An SSD hard drive uses approximately 70% less energy than a mechanical hard drive. In an SSD there are no moving parts.
- Durability. The useful life of an SSD hard drive is around 9-10 years.
- Endurance. Laptops are computers that move, often on. Mechanical hard drives don't like bumps, drops, and vibrations at all.
- Temperature. Having no moving parts, SSD hard drives heat up much less = last longer.
The only disadvantages of SSD hard drives are:
- Data recovery. In the event of an SSD hard drive failure, the data recovery process is more complicated as there are no internal platters that can be removed. In this case you have to work with the memory chipset.
- The price. The price/gig is more expensive than a mechanical hard drive.
Is it worth expanding or putting an SSD hard drive?
We have it clear: All the computers we use at Master Trend, including one of our HP servers in RAID 0, are using SSD hard drives.
If your laptop has a hard drive problem or you want to significantly increase the performance of your laptop, don't hesitate and contact us. contact us.
We'll help you choose the best hard drive for your laptop.
Why choose Master Trend to put my laptop's SSD hard drive?
- Completely free estimate. Without any obligation on your part.
- Clear prices, without fine print and VAT included. Repair prices are clear.
- Economy. All our prices are below the market average.
- Repair carried out by specialist technicians with years of demonstrable experience. Certified technicians at all levels and in constant training. WE DO NOT OUTSOURCED.
- Speed. Both the budget and the repair (in the case of acceptance) are carried out quickly.
- repair guarantee made for a minimum of 6 months or refund of the money paid.
- All forms of payment. We accept all debit or credit cards, payment market, bank transfer and others, consult.
- We like what we do. We are constantly evolving to adapt to the needs of our customers.