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How to install Windows Vista on a SSD

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  • Windows Vista
Last response: in Windows Vista
March 1, 2009 1:26:15 PM

Im planing on installing Windows Vista on a SSD.

1) Can it be done normally, or do I need to specify drivers (like RAID) I mean, I believe the OS will see the drive as Sata, so I need the motherboards Sata Drives, right?

2)If I need to install the drives, I can use a USB flash drive or even the motherboard CD, right?

By the way, I got the Asus P5QL-E and Intel X-25m

Thanks for the help!

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March 3, 2009 4:17:40 AM

If by SSD you mean a solid state hard drive that connects via the SATA interface, then yes, it will function exactly as a conventional SATA hard drive would. You would not need to do anything special to use the drive.