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Express Card SSD

MenaceInc

Staff Member
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Check the BIOS of the laptop and look under the boot preferences. If there's an option for ExpressCard then I'd say definitely. If there's not, I'm not 100% sure but you should be able to if it just identifies itself as a drive to the BIOS.
 

James.

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All I've got is:
IDE0 <Drive Model>
IDE1
Network Boot
CD/DVD <Drive Model>
USB HDD
USB FDD
USB CD/DVD ROM

I'm not sure what IDE1 is, because I thought my motherboard only had one place for a drive...
 

James.

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Just got an answer from acer:
Dear James C,

Thank you for contacting Acer UK. I apologize for the inconvenience that you have experienced.

We understand your concern,

You can go ahead and use an ExpressCard 54 Solid State Drive as an bootable device for your computer.


Respectfully,
Acer Uk
Online Technical Support
 
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