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How read/write heavy is Windows XP?

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*If this is too software esque, feel free to delete it. I won’t hold any ill will against the party who does it.*

I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a new hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot as if it’s persistently recalibrating from being dropped with the notebook it came from). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few

* 128GB IDE SSD (More expensive then I’d like, but knowing what I’m dealing with it’s worth considering)
* CF->IDE (Card lifetime concerns once you go past DOS/Win9x)
* mSATA->IDE with 128GB SSD (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]

That basically breaks the drive situation down today for these legacy notebooks. I’m probably not going to find a NOS IDE drive so  I need to get creative. I’ll have to figure it out, but that will be determined by how read/write heavy XP is.

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HP Compaq nc6000

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How read/write heavy is Windows XP?

Texto:

*If this is too software esque, feel free to delete it. I won’t hold any ill will against the party who does it.*
 
I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a propernew hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot but does work. I thinkas if it’s persistently recalibrating from being dropped with the calibration is always off, especially sincenotebook it came out of a dropped notebookfrom). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few
I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a propernew hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot but does work. I thinkas if it’s persistently recalibrating from being dropped with the calibration is always off, especially sincenotebook it came out of a dropped notebookfrom). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few
 
* 128GB IDE SSD (More expensive then I’d like, but knowing what I’m dealing with it’s worth considering)
* CF->IDE (Card lifetime concerns once you go past DOS/Win9x)
* mSATA->IDE with 128GB SSD (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]
 
That basically breaks the drive situation down today for these legacy notebooks. I’m probably not going to find a NOS IDE drive so I need to get creative. I’ll have to figure it out, but that will be determined by how read/write heavy XP is.

dispositivo:

HP Compaq nc6000

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How read/write heavy is Windows XP?

Texto:

*If this is too software esque, feel free to delete it. I won’t hold any ill will against the party who does it.*

I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a proper hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot but does work. I think the calibration is always off, especially since it came out of a dropped notebook). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few

* 128GB IDE SSD (More expensive then I’d like, but knowing what I’m dealing with it’s worth considering)
* CF->IDE (Card lifetime concerns once you go past DOS/Win9x)
* mSATA->IDE with 128GB SSD (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]

That basically breaks the drive situation down today for these legacy notebooks. I’m probably not going to find a NOS IDE drive so  I need to get creative. I’ll have to figure it out, but that will be determined by how read/write heavy XP is.

dispositivo:

Windows XPHP Compaq nc6000
Windows XPHP Compaq nc6000

Status:

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How read/write heavy is Windows XP?

Texto:

*If this is too software esque, feel free to delete it. I won’t hold any ill will against the party who does it.*
 
I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a proper hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot but does work. I think the calibration is always off, especially since it came out of a dropped notebook). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few
 
* 128GB IDE SSD (More expensive then I’d like, but knowing what I’m dealing with it’s worth considering)
* CF->IDE (Card lifetime concerns once you go past DOS/Win9x)
* mSATA->IDE with 128GB SSD (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]
* mSATA->IDE with 128GB SSD (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]
 
That basically breaks the drive situation down today for these legacy notebooks. I’m probably not going to find a NOS IDE drive so I need to get creative. I’ll have to figure it out, but that will be determined by how read/write heavy XP is.

dispositivo:

Windows XP

Status:

open

Postagem original de: Nick ,

Título:

How read/write heavy is Windows XP?

Texto:

*If this is too software esque, feel free to delete it. I won’t hold any ill will against the party who does it.*

I have an HP nc6000 here and it needs a proper hard drive (I have a 2009 WD IDE installed, but it clicks a lot but does work. I think the calibration is always off, especially since it came out of a dropped notebook). I can TRY and source a NOS 120GB+ IDE hard drive, but that isn’t going to be easy. I need better options and I have a few

* 128GB IDE SSD (More expensive then I’d like, but knowing what I’m dealing with it’s worth considering)
* CF->IDE (Card lifetime concerns once you go past DOS/Win9x)
* mSATA->IDE (Possibly error prone? That said, I can get the drives with no hassle and reuse it easily)[br]

That basically breaks the drive situation down today for these legacy notebooks. I’m probably not going to find a NOS IDE drive so  I need to get creative. I’ll have to figure it out, but that will be determined by how read/write heavy XP is.

dispositivo:

Windows XP

Status:

open