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Posted 15th AprEdited by:"apur32"
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🔥 Nice OP
ales1971 m ago

🔥 Nice OP


Thank you @ales197 .These are keep coming down in price every week...
Blimey how low can they go!!

Nice

For higher performance I'd get the P series for just a couple pounds more
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spannerzone1 m ago

Blimey how low can they go!!NiceFor higher performance I'd get the P …Blimey how low can they go!!NiceFor higher performance I'd get the P series for just a couple pounds morehttps://www.mymemory.co.uk/integral-240gb-p-series-5-sata-iii-ssd-drive-560mb-s.html


Yes thats the performance one with code £24.98
And 4.2% from Topcashback (if it tracks)
Been looking at this for replacing an HD in a Compaq cq60 I picked up cheap. Would I have any issues installing it?
n64play15/04/2019 11:37

Been looking at this for replacing an HD in a Compaq cq60 I picked up …Been looking at this for replacing an HD in a Compaq cq60 I picked up cheap. Would I have any issues installing it?


Probably no issues - it looks like that is a SATA 1 device, should be ok BUT I have had a few computers refuse to detect an SSD, usually requires a BIOS update to resolve the problem, assuming a BIOS update has been released for an older computer.

I would suggest you google the exact model/specs with "Compaq CQ60 SSD issues" and see what happens.... it looks like an older laptop and may need AHCI enabling, assuming that feature is in the BIOS, otherwise BIOS update required, assuming an update exists etc etc.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 15th Apr
spannerzone15/04/2019 11:46

Probably no issues - it looks like that is a SATA 1 device, should be ok …Probably no issues - it looks like that is a SATA 1 device, should be ok BUT I have had a few computers refuse to detect an SSD, usually requires a BIOS update to resolve the problem, assuming a BIOS update has been released for an older computer.I would suggest you google the exact model/specs with "Compaq CQ60 SSD issues" and see what happens.... it looks like an older laptop and may need AHCI enabling, assuming that feature is in the BIOS, otherwise BIOS update required, assuming an update exists etc etc.


Helpful stuff, thanks! I checked for a bios update after I got it and couldn't find one and didn't spot AHCI in the current one, so I'll do a bit of research first
I k ow it's supposed to be 250gb and up for xbox but some 240gb do work, anyone know if this is one of them?
Nice one, Thanks.
n64play15/04/2019 11:54

Helpful stuff, thanks! I checked for a bios update after I got it and …Helpful stuff, thanks! I checked for a bios update after I got it and couldn't find one and didn't spot AHCI in the current one, so I'll do a bit of research first


Yes do check.... your machine might be fine but there is a chance of some messing about and in a few cases people cannot get them working.
spannerzone15/04/2019 15:02

Yes do check.... your machine might be fine but there is a chance of some …Yes do check.... your machine might be fine but there is a chance of some messing about and in a few cases people cannot get them working.


So bios updated, but still none of the options you mentioned. Guess the only way to know if it works is to try it
n64play37 m ago

So bios updated, but still none of the options you mentioned. Guess the …So bios updated, but still none of the options you mentioned. Guess the only way to know if it works is to try it


Odd, looking online suggests people do have SSD's working on this laptop.... I guess it'll probably work ok in its legacy IDE mode if there's no other option to select.

Chances are on such an old latop, it'll make some improvement. Worst case you've spent a few ££'s and can always use it on another pc.
Coming up for me at £26.95 less (only 10%) £2.70 = £24.26 net. Still a good deal but not as good as £22.46 or am I doing something wrong? Heat added.
n64play15/04/2019 18:56

So bios updated, but still none of the options you mentioned. Guess the …So bios updated, but still none of the options you mentioned. Guess the only way to know if it works is to try it


you probably have AHCI it just not being explained to you that worth while (as if you have a SATA port you have A sata controller 100% and options for it)

as bios are very limited with options and no AHCI will show until you go in the panel to give you that option, under the sata controller

as for right now its called IDE as thats the mode its set on

and as rather than reply reply reply with pointlessnes when it only takes 2 seconds to google, here are both bios pictures for your laptop

org version

37474821-UOVTI.jpg

and the newer version

37474821-uxtJS.jpg

37474821-XRfG6.jpg

tho the last picture, would to say IDE not AHCI until you change it, but i cba to give the 10 mins of goggling that finding the right way other would be

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and just to edit to save up on the follow up, when you change it now or when you find it, and your laptop doesnt boot on your current drive

DONT change it yet, change it when you are ready to install windows on the new ssd, (and after you have save all current files you need to, as have the SSD os on aHCI and tried to read a windows os installed second drive from an IDE install is not a good idea either)

as your current install is set to IDE mode, and it is unlikely to boot on the current drive / os install,when it is in AHCI mode

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so ya for now just find the setting do no change it
Edited by: "no2813" 16th Apr
no281348 m ago

you probably have AHCI it just not being explained to you that worth while …you probably have AHCI it just not being explained to you that worth while (as if you have a SATA port you have A sata controller 100% and options for it)as bios are very limited with options and no AHCI will show until you go in the panel to give you that option, under the sata controller as for right now its called IDE as thats the mode its set on and as rather than reply reply reply with pointlessnes when it only takes 2 seconds to google, here are both bios pictures for your laptop org version[Image] and the newer version [Image] [Image] tho the last picture, would to say IDE not AHCI until you change it, but i cba to give the 10 mins of goggling that finding the right way other would be---and just to edit to save up on the follow up, when you change it now or when you find it, and your laptop doesnt boot on your current drive DONT change it yet, change it when you are ready to install windows on the new ssd, (and after you have save all current files you need to, as have the SSD os on aHCI and tried to read a windows os installed second drive from an IDE install is not a good idea either)as your current install is set to IDE mode, and it is unlikely to boot on the current drive / os install,when it is in AHCI mode---so ya for now just find the setting do no change it


Thanks v much for posting but the bios 100% doesn't have those options. It's v F.56 for reference, I can take some screenshots when I get home but I've been into every option I can see, and I don't even have an Advanced tab to find options in.
Well my P series 240GB just arrived from them,,, free delivery option and it arrived quickly, ordered on the 15th and arrived on 17th,
Got one, installed it on an old netbook and it's great. Thanks op
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