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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:04 am 
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Hello all
Jim here, a certified Tuff Book
NuBee with a dumb question.

I have a CF18-MK5 that works great and to try to speed things up a bit
I have purchased a Transcend TS64GPSD330 64 GB
pata SDD . Now for the dumb question
The SDD has three options 1: Master, 2: Slave 3: Cable
being new to SDD's most HDD I have installed have a setting
for master,slave, cable and SINGLE. anyone know for sure what the setting for
SINGLE on the Transcend TS64GPSD330-64GB

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:36 am 
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Don't know for sure about the Transcend, but 'Master' would be the setting I would use.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 6:30 pm 
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I've put Transcend in CF-18 and CF-29 with good results. If you're using Win XP, be sure to load CCleaner and go to the lowest tab Tools then check Erase Unused Space (or similar) ;-). Its like TRIM for Win7 and keep the SSD running fast.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 22, 2013 3:19 am 
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Springfield wrote:
I've put Transcend in CF-18 and CF-29 with good results. If you're using Win XP, be sure to load CCleaner and go to the lowest tab Tools then check Erase Unused Space (or similar) ;-). Its like TRIM for Win7 and keep the SSD running fast.


Thanks for the tip, good info....

How did you set the option plug ie master, slave. or cable on the SDD

Thanks Jim


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phido wrote:
How did you set the option plug ie master, slave. or cable on the SDD

I don't recall adjusting any jumper out of the box, maybe I didn't notice that. But I'm pretty sure Panasonic laptops need both HD and CD to be set to Master.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 22, 2013 7:39 am 
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Springfield wrote:
phido wrote:
How did you set the option plug ie master, slave. or cable on the SDD

I don't recall adjusting any jumper out of the box, maybe I didn't notice that. But I'm pretty sure Panasonic laptops need both HD and CD to be set to Master.


Sounds good to me, unless I hear different I'll give that a shot
Tnx Jim


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I have a 32Gb Transcend ssd and have always used it just as is and never changed the jumper settings from the factory.

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