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Blue Screen Again
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Registered: ‎08-17-2010
Location: Portland, TN
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Thinkpad T43p & SSD

Is there an SSD drive that will work well in my T43p Thinkpad?

Paper Tape
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎08-19-2010
Location: Norway

Re: Thinkpad T43p & SSD

I have a T43 with a KingSpec 128 Gb IDE SSD-harddisk. It runs very well with Win 7, have the normal alarm at startup, but it stops for just a few sec and continue automatic (option i Bios). I can live with that. Brought it on EBay for US $ 299 in january 2010 and install it without any problem.

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Posts: 33
Registered: ‎03-13-2010
Location: China
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Re: Thinkpad T43p & SSD

yes you can but you probably have to install it where the DVD/CD dirver was because T43 usually fave a PATA port as its main port for hard disk.

Fanfold Paper
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎07-28-2009
Location: Southern California
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Re: Thinkpad T43p & SSD

I have had good results using a Kingston  V Series SSD in one of my T-43s.  When I first used it, I didn't know  enough to be afraid and it went in and connected just like a normal PATA drive.  I have the smaller, 64 GB Series V and I guess the larger ones will also connect like a PATA drive. I would research the Kingston website for their SSD V Series and see what they have to say.  Good luck with it.  I am very happy with my super fast SSD.

 

Charley_b   two T43  1875DLU with 320 GB HDD and 2 GB RAM