Aspire V3 Help?

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  1. smsjefsms

    smsjefsms Notebook Guru

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    Does anyone have an Aspire V3 Series Notebook who could help me with a couple of questions?

    Thanks.
     
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    Someone surely does - ask the questions and we'll see if we can help.
     
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    dumitrumitu24 Notebook Evangelist

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    i have it..i have v3 772G..you can send me a personal messege cause i dont look often on official acer threads
     
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    Ask and will try to help.
     
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    smsjefsms Notebook Guru

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    Thanks everybody!

    1. Does the V3-772G-9402 or V3-772G-9460 motherboard support SSD SATAIII?

    2. Is the V3-772G-9460 mSATA SSD included drive SATAIII?

    3. Will the V3-772G-9402 or V3-772G-9460 record Stereo Mix(sound coming in to computer) with a program like SnagIt or Sound Recorder in a similar quality to the original sound? The test is as follows:

    Right click on speaker, click on recording devices, right click on window, click on Show Disabled Devices, click on Stereo Mix, right click as set as Default(shows check mark) Device, right click on Stereo Mix, click on properties, click on levels, set to 100%.

    Recording video & audio with SnagIt or audio with Sound Recorder may not record audio, may record audio that does not sound as good as the source or may record audio that sounds like the source(which I need).

    Thank you.
     
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    smsjefsms Notebook Guru

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    I called Acer US today and offered them $50.00 to connect me to a person who could answer the few questions above. As I guessed, that cannot be done.

    I will make that offer here: I will send a person a check for $50.00 if they have V3-772G-9402 or V3-772G-9460 and will cooperate with me to obtain the answers I need. Looks like I am heading toward custom MSI notebook where I specify what is needed.
     
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    Money incentives aren't necessary here.

    1. Yes.

    2. mSATA port is SATA III and there are versions of this notebook with mSATA III drive included but Acer US website states "Solid State Drive Interface Serial ATA/300".
    It does indicate that the drove they used is SATA II, not the interface itself is SATA II though. V7-772G tested by notebookcheck had a 256GB mSATA from Toshiba and worked fine - it is the same motherboard.

    3. Can't help you here. Someone who actually owns the notebook has to step in.
     
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