Well, never did find the 64GB SSD…took case apart down to mobo but didn’t see the 64GB…might be hard wired into the system is what I’m thinking.
Am working on putting the 256GB SSD in where the existing 500GB hard drive is now and renaming the drives so that that drive will be C: and the 64GB SSD will be D: - only problem is how to reload the OS onto the new drive as C: Already did a full load from the Toshi restore and it never provides an option regarding formatting and setting drives to active etc. This restore did give me option of deleting data faster or longer and it still took a few hours for the whole thing to restore…4 DVDs in this restore.
Word to the wise…over 30 screws on these to strip down to the mobo…watch out for the ribbon cables when lifting off the case…bear to figure out how to reconnect…took me a hour to figure out how to get the bottom one of three reconnected…finally figured out that I needed to reset the top case back in place and reach through to set the ribbon cable back in and flip the gizmo that holds it down…never seen that type of connection before. Oh well, that will teach me to tinker down to that level!
Saw the one response…thanks, but, was already aware of all in that response. The 64GB after actual size (59GB with NTFS), dedicated 10GB partition (so that the OS will have room to temporarily load apps during processing), and the Win7 OS load…leaves 18GB for loading of my apps. Don’t know about you guys, but, this doesn’t leave a lot of room for loading MS Office 2007 Pro, Adobe CS2 Premium, and other space hogs on the C: drive. loading them on D: drive leaves a lot to be desired since there are a lot of flukes with programs that are hard coded to look for the C: drive location for program code…yes, I know that they will load but there are still the frustrating moments when trying to use a program function and getting an error because the program code is on the D: drive and not on C:…still happens.