06-04-2009 11:45 AM - edited 06-04-2009 02:22 PM
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06-07-2009 07:56 AM - edited 06-07-2009 08:30 AM
Hi , the problem is that SSDs dont have an edge, where HDD have an Edge...
Ive heard this prob only from users with the S10-4333,
where the PCB is redesigned for WWAN Card instead of Expresscardslot...
the prob is no known SSD have had an Edge where the HDD have one....
For better understanding, ive taken the pictures to compare....with the normal S10(e)...
++++++++++++ The Edge.... HDD
S10 (e) Standard Version no PCB harms the room for SSD .... no probs ...
The S10-4333 Version the PCB occupies room from the HDD Bay so that SSD couldnt fit,
i dont know ... what to do... without loss of warranty.... ?
and filing or cutting these parts are sure without destroying the layer of PCB.... ?
Good Question to Lenovo....
At this time no known 2,5" SSD has Edges....
(ive take a look for all brands Intel, Ocz,Samsung all have no edge at the contact side, there are all straight )
so no 2,5" SSD could fit in this special Model....
without a warning user ....
Warning S10-4333 Model could not upgraded with 2,5" SSD at this time !!!
06-07-2009 10:04 AM
04-06-2010 05:43 AM
Hello, I solved the problem by cutting the case of 'ssd with a nipper I removed the necessary and closed with duct tape .............. works great, I hope will be useful.
PS: I used a Patriot s100 SSD 64GB
04-07-2012 05:20 PM
i just bought an s10e (4333 model DOH!)
i see these posts are a couple of years old
but . . . . .
has anyone seen a drive thats fits
i took a look at my local pc store but nothing
04-10-2012 04:58 AM
Problem solved !!!!
Intel sell a ssd that fits.
Just unscrew the black plastic braket.
Then your good to go.
The 320 series (SATA 2) definately fits.
Im using it to type this.
Boot times have improved but . . . . the Atom processor stil holds it back once in the OS.
Anyway i hope this help some people that thought they were stuck with a HDD