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hi ppl,
I have a question regarding data restoration.
I had OCZ vertex3 240GB which died after 1 freakin day smile.gif It was my boot device with Win7.
I managed to to disk image with Acronis 2010 and saved the image including the 100MB Win7 installation partition on my external HD.
I will replace the OCZ with Intel's 520 240GB SSD.
Can I use the Acronis rescue disk to restore the image including the 100MB partition as it is?
I only need to backup some lost info, then I would like to fresh install Win7 on the new SSD.
P.S. - Is it true that if I connect my 5 years old WD 500GB HDD, the entire system will slow down by few % because of that?
Thanks

 

I don't know about disk imaging, but I do know from experience that having a hard drive connected slows down the boot and reboot times.  I can't remember if it slows down everything else, but slowing down the boot and reboot time was a big deal to me because I am too much of a perfectionist for my own good!  So I replaced my secondary hard drive with a secondary solid state drive and it's much better in this respect.

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post #622 of 637
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hi ppl,

I have a question regarding data restoration.

I had OCZ vertex3 240GB which died after 1 freakin day smile.gif It was my boot device with Win7.

I managed to to disk image with Acronis 2010 and saved the image including the 100MB Win7 installation partition on my external HD.

I will replace the OCZ with Intel's 520 240GB SSD.

Can I use the Acronis rescue disk to restore the image including the 100MB partition as it is?
I only need to backup some lost info, then I would like to fresh install Win7 on the new SSD.
You should have no issue with restoring the image. But you can just do a fresh install. Then you can use acronis to mount the image and drag and drop the files from the image that you need to the new install.
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P.S. - Is it true that if I connect my 5 years old WD 500GB HDD, the entire system will slow down by few % because of that?

Thanks
It shouldn't, only boot and reboot will be like 1-2 seconds longer max lol.
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[/QUOTE]It shouldn't, only boot and reboot will be like 1-2 seconds longer max lol.[/quote]

Thanks for the replies.

Regarding the booting time. I'm a perfectionist as well smile.gif LOL
Is there a way to eliminate Windows from reading/writing on boot time to HDD?

And is it sure that all system performance is not degraded by having a HDD connected?
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Thanks for the replies.

Regarding the booting time. I'm a perfectionist as well smile.gif LOL
Is there a way to eliminate Windows from reading/writing on boot time to HDD?
Windows doesn't cause it, it is your motherboard's UEFI/BIOS that detects and initializes it which makes it boot longer.
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And is it sure that all system performance is not degraded by having a HDD connected?
Why would it?
post #625 of 637
Hi

I've replaced my OCZ SDD with Intel 520 series 240GB

From some reason it works very slow when I unzip/ copy/ install files.
Windows loads fast but that's it.

I unzipped photoshop 6 on my desktop and it took 4 minutes and another 4 minutes to install in SSD program files... with the OCZ it took less then a minute.

I have my old 500GB HDD Sata2 connected as D:\ drive with only my user folders (e.g., pictures, documents)
I have another external WD 1TB USB2.0 with my videos library which is always connected.
Also, external Seagate 2TB USB3.0 which is also connected as usual.

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16GB RAM - 4X4GB - Corsair VENGEANCE
Intel 520 series SSD 240GB
ATI HD6950 2GB

Anyone?

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Hi
I've replaced my OCZ SDD with Intel 520 series 240GB
From some reason it works very slow when I unzip/ copy/ install files.
Windows loads fast but that's it.
I unzipped photoshop 6 on my desktop and it took 4 minutes and another 4 minutes to install in SSD program files... with the OCZ it took less then a minute.
I have my old 500GB HDD Sata2 connected as D:\ drive with only my user folders (e.g., pictures, documents)
I have another external WD 1TB USB2.0 with my videos library which is always connected.
Also, external Seagate 2TB USB3.0 which is also connected as usual.
I use:
Intel Core i7 3770K
ASUS P8Z77-V-DELUXE
16GB RAM - 4X4GB - Corsair VENGEANCE
Intel 520 series SSD 240GB
ATI HD6950 2GB
Anyone?
biggrin.gif Thanks

 

Which SATA port is the 520 connected to?  I mean, navy blue, white, or light blue?  I hope it's not connected to a navy blue port!

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Which SATA port is the 520 connected to?  I mean, navy blue, white, or light blue?  I hope it's not connected to a navy blue port!

It is connected to the gray (or white if you call it so smile.gif) port. In my mobo it's the Intel SATA 3 port.

These are the 3 tests I've ran with HD-TUNE set to 8MB blocks and Fastest (As mentioned in the OP).
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HD Tune: INTEL SSDSC2CW240A3 Benchmark

Transfer Rate Minimum : 494.1 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Maximum : 529.3 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Average : 522.3 MB/sec
Access Time : 0.1 ms
Burst Rate : 336.5 MB/sec
CPU Usage : -1.0%


HD Tune: INTEL SSDSC2CW240A3 Benchmark

Transfer Rate Minimum : 491.9 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Maximum : 531.4 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Average : 524.0 MB/sec
Access Time : 0.1 ms
Burst Rate : 336.5 MB/sec
CPU Usage : -1.0%


HD Tune: INTEL SSDSC2CW240A3 Benchmark

Transfer Rate Minimum : 493.8 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Maximum : 529.5 MB/sec
Transfer Rate Average : 522.1 MB/sec
Access Time : 0.1 ms
Burst Rate : 336.5 MB/sec
CPU Usage : -1.0%

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This may be over my head.

 

All I can think of is one question, and it's not a very good one:  do you have Intel's Rapid Storage Technology driver installed?

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You're not making this easy.  biggrin.gif

 

Oh well.  I know someone will come along who will be able to get this worked out.  If not, then do you have a thread started about this?

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