e-transfer http://www.overclock.net/t/1284462/clon ... Anyway, below is a line from 'prtconf -pv' output.> model: 'SATA AHCI 1.0 Interface'Swapping 'Control' key with 'CapsLock' key.I googled and found 2 ways to do this system wide. If you go into the BIOS (hit F12 at the Thinkpad screen and then choose Enter Setup.) you can choose Config, SATA and then change the drive type to Compatibility. Mike. http://vinaprosoft.com/lenovo-t60/lenovo-t60-sata-drivers.php
The Intel 330 series carries a 3-year warranty, while the Intel 520-series comes with an industry-leading 5-year waranty (!), and some may be satisfied with the former, while other users/customers will Top Johan Moderator1 Posts: 1981 Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2005 2:00 pm Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Re: Adding an SSD to a T60 Quote #23 Post by Johan » Mon Feb 02, Sunday, September 04, 2011 4:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I did exactly what you said. see the thread T60 upgrade question for the specific (Crucial) part numbers.
Last time I installed Windows 2003 on it, there was no AHCI driver. I started working and it install then restarted with a black screen with a blinking cursor. cuz i have a laptop and no floppy drive...edit: found a bios thing that fixed it, now installing windows. It won't even read my already installed windows 2000 (or anyother OS) that I attach via USB Enclosure device.What do I DO?........HELP ANYONE aBg_rOnGakAug 26, 2007, 4:56 PM Use nLite to
I hope to put it in a T60 that's running XP Pro, one I bought 6 years ago that still has its original 60GB HD. Check your BIOS SATA parameters. formatted the brand new hd's and tried again with no luck. Trust me.
When you start the installation CD, it will ask you to press a key (I think F8) to use a 3rd party driver. I have software development, CAD, and other applications on my T60 that I've owned for 10+ years. About 2 minutes later, setup asks for the floppy again, and insists it must be A:. all sorted for me,i have tried everything,apart from one thing.....i went into my bios screen,and changed the sata setting to non raid....hey presto......xp up and running PaperdocMar 11, 2009, 3:04 AM
If you just bothered to search, you would come up with thousands of threads and guides on the subject. It allows for the non‑production use and valid for five workstations and two servers. Cobb, PA USA Contact: Contact RealBlackStuff Website Re: Adding an SSD to a T60 Quote #12 Post by RealBlackStuff » Mon Nov 26, 2012 12:43 pm Johan's native language is Danish, Server Hardware IT Administration Disaster Recovery Storage Software Databases Storage Hardware, MySQL Server, Hardware, Percona, *Backups How to find and eliminate duplicate files on your Windows systems.
Monday, March 19, 2007 8:09 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Ninit's method may be quicker, but i have found it to be less reliable as Windows I have a HP dv2000. W7 is the way to go, especially on a machine that can run it with no sweat, like T60. ...Knowledge is a deadly friend when no one sets the rules...(King Crimson) Keyfinders are plentiful, and you can Google "program name" plus "keyfinder" to narrow it down.
Anyways, with IBM laptops it is easy - go to the BIOS setup and set your SATA controller to compatibility mode. see here I upgraded to a 500Gb drive a couple of years ago, but I maintained the original system/recovery partitions on the new drive and use the the remaining 380Gb as a photos/music MenuExperts Exchange Products BackProducts GigsExplore Paid Projects ToolsFree Diagnostic Tools LiveExpert Help in Real Time CoursesLearn and Expand Knowledge CareersSearch New Opportunities GroupsEngage and Build Your Network Website TestingGather Feedback, Uncover I probably would've forgotten to search Intel again when I have the floppy, thanks!
I would like to upgrade my current hdd to a ssd and would prefer not to be limited to anything under 500 gb. Very soon within the next year XP on new drives will not work. NB: Users who start to play with partition alignment are strongly suggested to make a backup before tweaking with the partitions Johan IBM T42p's (2373-Q1U & -Q2U): 2.1 GHz, 15" UXGA this page etc.In case anyone is running an Acer laptop from this series, I hope my explanation helped.
Forum Home Introduction Community Spotlight Welcome & FAQs Special Events Share your ideas for future Think Lenovo @ CES 2017 Change the Future of Idea & Yoga Lenovo @ MWC 2017 While you are correct that TRIM isn't supported under XP, and while XP typically is not partition-aligned, this does not mean much to Intel SSD's, since Intel have made available to Ugh so hate this.
Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Trying to find all of the serial numbers for re-installs would probably be impossible. All Rights Reserved. I have read on this forum that, apparently, there are only 2 reliable kinds of SSD - Crucial and Intel (with Intel being the brand of choice on this thread).
Keep in touch with Experts ExchangeTech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month Live Consultants Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an What if your current drive dies before you can clone it? I did search and have searched for months and this is what I found. Get More Info Top Muse Senior Member Posts: 817 Joined: Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:19 pm Location: Berkeley, CA Re: Adding an SSD to a T60 Quote #11 Post by Muse » Mon Nov
I appreciate your guidance. Visit the Oracle Blog Learn more Contact Us Learn more Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ YouTube Instagram Oracle RSS Feed Oracle Integrated Cloud Applications & Platform Services Site Map Legal Notices khensuJul 3, 2007, 7:41 AM I've ordered a USB floppy, hopefully that'll do the trick.In the BIOS there's no legacy option, nor an option to change the SATA options (Google said khensuJul 3, 2007, 8:58 AM Yeah, it's got SP2 on it, but it doesn't load the proper drivers, apparantly mike99Jul 3, 2007, 6:17 PM So make a floppy disk and try
If, however, you think a bit ahead, then a, say, SATA-III SSD may be used in a future computer (with native SATA-III support!), should you ever get one. Install Windows and the SATA drivers. Any recommendations for the harddrive adapters that I'll need, especially for the optical bay? -Jeff Top Johan Moderator1 Posts: 1981 Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2005 2:00 pm Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Re: Thoughts?
And if you can avoid XP, you'll have a lot less tweaking to do on that SSD. You may also... ponce17Aug 23, 2007, 2:38 AM Had the exact problem on an HP notebookWent to bios-->system configuration-->SATA Native Support-->changed enabled to DISABLEDThat fixed my problem. toonukukMar 10, 2009, 8:42 PM ye har!!!
Partition alignment may however improve the SSD lifetime. Nov 10, 2006 #2 Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837 +6 Sigh.. Will they honor the warranty? 2. T61, X61):After the installation of win xp the system don't boot, i must go in the bios setup and change the SATA mode in "COMPATIBILITY", for use the AHCP mode i
As the laptop doesn't have a floppy drive I tried slipstreaming the drivers onto the bootable Windows XP installation CD but to no avail - I tried it both manually and UltraBay SATA adapter for the T60? No need to change BIOS, just download the drivers from the link to a floppy desk, start ur windows installation and press F6 at the very start. If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question How To Connect Two Monitors To A Laptop and Two PC Cases To A Monitor Article by: Nadir pc,
The error on screen reads" Media Test Failure, check cable.