a MEDION ERAZER X7710 D ( MD 8888) A- BE with msn No. 10014165 (windows 7 ) has enough space and the hard drive needs replacement .
SSD drive will now come in handy .
But where should I look ? For example, I know that the SSD drives are smaller than the normal hard drives, so how can I install the SSD in the computer?
There is a laptop or a desktop kit on the Internet but when I google it, itis not clear to me of what it is all about. the laptop kit is something about a USB converter for a laptop, for desktop kit I have found no description.
I also found something about an upgrade kit: that has brackets and cables . Is this the same as a desktop kit ? Could the bracket be a solution to install the SSD drive in any PC?
I also read something about SSD drives that can get full or at least the buffer and then the SSD will be slower. Does this mean that I am responsible for emptying the SSD ?Is there not way to automatichally manage this?
and willthe medion pc accept the SSD drive? Maybe the BIOS is going to do difficult?
What should I check if the PC can handle a SSD disk[/QUOTE]
Most SSDs come with an adapter, 3.5 to 2.5" adapter. Makes it real easy to install.