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  1. #11
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    Is your C drive a rust drive or an SSD?

    If its rust, then a new world awaits if you can afford to replace it with an SSD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by derekmorton View Post
    Is your C drive a rust drive or an SSD?

    If its rust, then a new world awaits if you can afford to replace it with an SSD.
    I've never heard of a "rust" drive...I guess that's your way of saying an older one? This laptop was bought circa late 2014/15, so I'd assume it does not have a SSD.

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    I'm sure he's referring to a HDD of any age, as opposed to a SSD

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    Yes, spinning metal drive.
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    Ah! Well as I said, I'm not sure if this is a HDD or SSD in here...I'd assume based on the age of the laptop it's HDD. I'm personally not about to go fishing around inside a laptop to swap out the drive either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fchrist16 View Post
    Ah! Well as I said, I'm not sure if this is a HDD or SSD in here...I'd assume based on the age of the laptop it's HDD. I'm personally not about to go fishing around inside a laptop to swap out the drive either!

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    -Frank C.
    Your checkbook should tell you. Seriously, just Google the Brand and Model name and you could find out.
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