Panasonic CF29 SSD

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  1. kz7883

    kz7883 Newbie

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    yes, none of the ide ssd are really good. i used a super talent ide........eh it was problematic. the best advice is the get a ide to sata converter. the 29 will read a sata drive with no problem. then you have a much larger and cheaper choice to pick from. the caddy will be tight when you get it all in there, you could even use one of the 1.8" ssds and help with fitment. when they are loaded with a sata drive.......it is a huge difference
     
  2. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    If I was going to convert a 29 to SSD, I would convert from IDE to SATA then use a MSATA or M.2 drive. You will have lots of space in the caddy.
     
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    kz7883 Newbie

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    yessir! that would definintly do it
     
  4. kschewe

    kschewe Notebook Geek

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    Thats the way to go. ide to msata. msata drives are fast and cheap for 128g
     
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    ADOR Evil Mad Scientist

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    I have had issues in the past, and my son did here a few days ago on using multiple adapters together.

    Try to get a all in one adapter. Go straight from IDE to the type of drive you want to use. Don’t get a adapter the. Try to go to something else with a adapter in a adapter.
     
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