12-09-2015 08:58 AM
I've got a customer with a Y580 who wants to upgrade to an SSD. Only, in asessing the laptop for the upgrade requirements, I see it has a 64GB mSATA SSD. I think it's configured as a caching device. Is it possible to set it as the boot volume and just install Windows there?
12-11-2015 01:46 PM
It is possible. You'd probably need to uninstall the cacheing software, but I'm not sure - check the BIOS to see if it comes up as a boot option first. Once you can get the computer to recognize it as a drive you can boot from, install Windows on it and move it to the top of the boot order.