HP MINI 1000 Upgrade with 1.8" ZIF SSD. authonysmith. New Member. 5/11/11.
The time came for my slow and rusty notebook to have a new hard drive. after
googled. finally I went for a Renice K3E SSD 120GB from B2CIT.com last week, ...
32GB IDE/PATA ZIF 1.8" SSD Upgrade; Upgrade for HP Mini 1000, 1010NR,
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sequential Write speeds; Dimensions: 2.1 x 1.3 inches (54 x 32 mm); 1-year
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May 19, 2011 ... Hello, A family friend recently gave me a broken HP Mini 1000 netbook because
it is broken and they don't want to pay to get it repaired. It has been... ... Super
Talent 16GB IDE 1.8" ZIF SSD Thanks for any help that you guys ...
Sep 5, 2009 ... You got to buy a Runcore or any popular Zif pata solid state drive that you like to
use and put it into your computer. I will show you step by step how to install it on a
HP Mini 1000. You system will run 6x faster than before.
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Aug 10, 2009 ... Using a PATA / IDE interface and a ZIF connector, the SaberTooth Z is
guaranteed compatible with HP Mini 1000, 1010NR, 1030 NR and 2510P
netbooks. These SSDs support sequential read speeds up to 82MB/sec and ...
Trying to install a Hitachi C4K60 into my Mini 1151NR and the BIOS says "not
support" when I go to hard drive ... I've tried connecting the ZIF cable every
possible way and still am having no luck. ... floating around the Net where people
replace the stock HDD in their HP mini with an aftermarket SSD drive.
Replace or upgrade the hard drive on your HP Mini 1000. ... Use your fingernail
or the flat end of a spudger to flip up the retaining flap on the keyboard cable ZIF
socket. Be sure you are prying up on the retaining flap, not the socket itself.