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Kingston SV100S2 SSD Driver
HD-KN64V Kingston SVs2/64GB SSD, MLC Solid-State Drive, " 64Gb, SATA2, 64mb cache, native read: mb/sec, write: mb/sec. Buy Kingston SSDNow V SVS2/32G " 32GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (Stand-alone Drive) with fast shipping and top-rated customer. Kingston has discovered that some of their SSDNow V SSDs have a technical problem in their firmware. Kingston recommends that all.
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Kingston SV100S2 SSD Driver
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Please contact us before returning any goods to receive free technical support and register for an RMA code. This 64GB drive isn't aimed at people who want to store tonnes Kingston SV100S2 SSD data. Indeed, SSDs aren't really suitable for storing very large volumes of data at the moment. The largest capacity available, as we write this, is around GB.
Installation process Kingston shipped this drive to Kingston SV100S2 SSD as a retail pack, which means you get a mounting kit to slot it into a 3. Aside from that, connecting this drive to your computer involves the same process as any other hard drive. If you're an avid computer builder, you'll have it hooked up within a few seconds.
It took us a little longer, because our PC is stuffed full of traditional platter-based hard drives. Every aspect of installation is a Kingston SV100S2 SSD, and our system found Kingston SV100S2 SSD drive immediately when we rebooted our computer. From there, we went into our existing Windows install to check the drive over, and then install a fresh copy of Windows 7. Setting it up Our Windows 7 build was working well, so we initially thought it might be best to move it over to the new SSD, and carry on using it as before.
Sadly, Windows doesn't make this process easy. Kingston supplies some software -- basically a Live CD of a Linux build -- that's intended to be used for mirroring the content of your current Windows drive onto your new SSD.
We weren't able to get this to work. That didn't come as much of a surprise -- mirroring drives is a notoriously problematic process, and generally not all that worthwhile.