holiday42 said: In for 1. Worked for me, but I'm not an EGG subscriber. Am former subscriber though.
Got one of these Hybrid drives earlier this year, am pretty happy with it.
posted: Nov. 15, 2012 @ 3:12p
SithMaster said: They still have your name in the database...
Yep, that what I figured, and that's why i mentioned it.
posted: Nov. 15, 2012 @ 4:37p
I've been waiting for a nice deal on a 250GB SSD for my Asus K55A notebook, I was thinking and considering this hybrid drive but I have a feeling this will reduce battery life compared to the stock 5400 I have now, and I was actually hoping to go the opposite direction and get more battery life with an SSD... Has anyone who got one of these in a laptop noticed a large decrease in battery life after installing this?
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posted: Nov. 15, 2012 @ 7:54p
What!!! shouldn't this be like a 1+ TB drive for this price. Whats wrong with this picture.
How do you know the drive is the issue, what was the blue screen error code ? Did you run seatools or get a smart report ? Was bios set to AHCI ? What firmware version ?
norcim said: from my experience this drive is crap. After a few weeks it tries to optimize and blue screen start being frequent. I will RMA mine and hope for the best.
posted: Nov. 15, 2012 @ 10:39p
norcim said: from my experience this drive is crap. After a few weeks it tries to optimize and blue screen start being frequent. I will RMA mine and hope for the best.Sounds like you should RMA that crappy laptop.
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