I would like to use SSDs on my old laptop.
My laptop is E300-AP55K (LG). producted in Jan. 2008.
Peculiarity: Providing SATA1, TOSHIBA MK1665GSX 160.0 GB (SATA2) was installed,
Southbridge of mainboard: SB600, No AHCI option in BIOS)
Apart from everything else,
I am curious whether I can connect SSDs to my laptop at least physically.
You may see my laptop and HDD.
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My HDD is just put down on the laptop and connected.
To remove the HDD, we just raise it up.
However, SSDs like TOSHIBA Q Series Pro (my HDD is of TOSHIBA)
have some part that can be inserted to connectors.
My HDD has no such part.
Is it possible to use SSDs on my laptop?
Edited by SSD_Beginner, 05 January 2014 - 08:31 AM.