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Re: Laptop still extremely slow after replacing msata ssd and putting old one back

hdv@gmail wrote:

> Could have been the case. But I have rebooted the laptop before replacing
> the SSD to look at the BIOS settings. So in this case this was not so.

double check - I had similar observation when trying to setup USB stick boot
for a notebook - it's a company property, so not supposed to do that ;-)

Well turned out that I had to modify few bios settings to see the usb
working at acceptable speed. First I was thinking the one stick was a
problem, but after observing the same with a second one I looked at the
bios and it did it.