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Introducción

Solid state drives are much faster than hard disk drives, but are much more expensive. The ZBook 15 comes with a small solid state storage unit called a cache. If you want your computer to run faster, you can move your operating system from the disk drive to the solid state cache. This will greatly decrease the amount of time it takes for your computer to boot from its powered-down or sleep states. If you need to replace the solid state cache on your laptop, follow this guide!

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  1. Flip the laptop over. Slide the lever with the battery symbol beside it firmly until the battery pops out.
    • Flip the laptop over.

    • Slide the lever with the battery symbol beside it firmly until the battery pops out.

    • Remove the battery from the laptop.

  2. Slide the right lever firmly to the right.
    • Slide the right lever firmly to the right.

    • Slide the cover towards yourself to remove it.

  3. Remove the two 3 mm screws with a Phillips #0 screwdriver. Remove the Solid State Cache by pulling the module up and out.
    • Remove the two 3 mm screws with a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Remove the Solid State Cache by pulling the module up and out.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Does it create a seprate volume drive by inserting the mSata SSD to install Operating System on it?

Reza Sajedi - Contestar

Remember, this machine is from 2013, a time when SSDs were still hella expensive! That’s why the mSATA drive is refered to as a “cache” drive: they were so small they were only good for that. A stock, untouched Zbook g1/g2 might still come with a small (32GB) mSATA SSD configured as cache in the OS.

That doesn’t mean you can’t use the mSATA drive as your main OS drive, and that’s what I’ve been doing for years without a hint of trouble. You can easily find a high capacity mSATA SSD and put your OS and I/O-intensive programs on it. The Zbook will purr along nicely.

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