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A PC Card adapter, the Addonics adapter, and some CF cards on the PB I have also seen IDE-CF adapters that claim to support MBps. Addonics AD2IDEPRJ Dual Channel IDE JBOD/RAID PCI Card Addonics AD2SA3GPX1 2 port SATA II RAID5 PCI-E controller that can be used in hybrid mode or as standard mode as a two part SATA III PCI-e controller. . performance and lower power consumption comparing to the aging Cardbus or PCMCIA slot. Abstract: This article explains some basics on IDE and Compact Flash and I report they come without moving parts and thus are resistant to vibration or shocks and and you can replace IDE devices by CF cards without the driver noticing. For example a CF card in a PCMCIA adapter reports removable device and the.


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Problem remained the same. Obviously, they didn't test.

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Same deffective Dell Latitude E laptop sent to wherever. OS changed from Windows 7 32 bits to Windows 7 64 bits. Problem remained.

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And worse, Windows 7 64 bits turned the laptop into a complete brick for us, since we use some specialized licensed programs which run only in Windows 32 bits. Obviously, they also deleted our information, installed programs, updates, etc.

There was no reason to change the OS it was a hardware problem and problems remained. A repairman sent by Dell came to the office to substitute the motherboard in above same deffective Dell Latitude E laptop. The motherboard version had the same version and bios, but it was a refurbished one, which could be a good hope.

Obviously, even if the motherboard was a refurbished one, it had not been tested. The repairman told us that in ten years working with Dell and other laptop manufacturers he hadn't seen anything like this. This is a hardware problem not OSand it can be a bad batch of components, a laptop design error, or some chip design error.

For the record, USB 2. The two x cards tested score The top sequential write speed is Then there are x and x cards with almost the same write speed.

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Addonics Part II PCMCIA IDE Controller In an ideal world, charting read vertical and write horizontal performance in a scattergram would create a linear pattern, but as this chart shows, some cards are tops in both read and write speeds, while others are not. Sequential read and write performance of CF cards. On the plus side, all the x and x cards had a measured speed of A repairman sent by Dell came to the office to substitute the motherboard in above same deffective Dell Latitude E laptop.

The motherboard version had the same version and bios, but it Addonics Part II PCMCIA IDE Controller a refurbished one, which could be a good hope. Obviously, even if the motherboard was a refurbished one, it had not been tested. The repairman told us that in ten years working with Dell and other laptop manufacturers he hadn't seen anything like this.

This is a hardware problem not OSand it can be a bad batch of components, a laptop design error, or some chip design error. But worse, it shows that Dell doesn't test the laptops they sell, and does not test refurbished motherboards meant for repairs.

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And yet worse, if it is a chip design error it can appear not only in other Dell laptops, but even in others from other manufacturers using the same chip. Another consideration: These deffective Dell Latitude E laptops are made in China.

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Not only they are deffective: Does this happen with other chinese Dell laptops? And, what does Dell Service for Spain in Romania do? Incredibly, since the laptop has been tried to repair three times without success, we must accept that the laptop has this deffect.

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