Installing the SSDNow mS200 mSATA Drive


A step-by-step video showing how to install your Kingston SSDnow mS200 mSATA SSD into a notebook system.

The mS200 SSD offers a cost-effective performance boost with a dual-drive option that allows room for adding high-capacity storage. Ideal for system builders, OEMs and enthusiasts, the mS200’s ruggedly-cool, miniscule form factor is eight times smaller than a traditional 2.5″ hard drive, making it perfect for notebooks, tablets and Ultrabooks.

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  1. I bought second hand t420 but it have something in that soket , ora ă device that look like your ssd but its not . For what is that slot made ?

  2. I,ve just installed SMS200s3/120G on my Lenovo T410 but my computer does not show the drive. I,ve check the bios but it does not sow the the drive also. Any help please thanks,

  3. Just something to consider. At 1:10, you advise your viewers to not lose their screws. If you really feel like your intended targets (viewers) are so dumb that they need to be told that they shouldn't lose the screws……Well, then they probably shouldn't be removing the screws to begin with!! This obviously means that they shouldn't be attempting to upgrade any hardware. You shouldn't be encouraging dumb ppl to access any components inside the shell.

    But if you insist on helping morons pull apart their laptops, you should probably tell them to put the battery in a safe place after they remove it (as well as the screws). You should make sure that they dont throw away the battery after they remove it. Make it clear to everyone that they will need to put the battery back in to the laptop after the SSD has been installed.

  4. How to migrate the os from hdd to msata? Oh god. So hard to find it. I only need the process from cloning or migrating the os from hdd to msata. Please helppppp

  5. My laptop is t410 and i don't know to I can replace the 1.8 mSATA in it with a 2.5 SATA hdd…..if anyone knows please reply..

  6. Btw very nice tutorial there! xD Finger tipping while waiting for reacting HDD…

    Only question, will it be compatible Win 8 ? Since there is no Win 8 logo on the technical details pdf file-sheet on the Kingston Website… 🙁 ? (Only Vista and Win 7 logo there?)

    And also I can say my 8 GB Kingston HyperX Genesis 1600 XMP (fancy cool blue bars with silver X-cross on it!) proof well in my desktop! 🙂

  7. And the best thing about it is going to be up to 14.000 IOPS (Random) / 86.000 IOPS read… 🙂 And of course less than 7 g weight (what a joke) and 46,5 TB TBW xD And as if not enough, 3 whole years warranty… Kingston products are a "joke" (so favorable!!) … ! 😀


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