AFAIK no PCI-E in that machine.
Then get an Ultrabay-adapter to put your current HDD in, to replace the CD/DVD driver.
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Whats the point of installing mSATA SSD in place of regular 2,5inch SSD? weight saving? these will work at SATA-2 speeds anyway.
X201s - travel / garage
HP Elitebook 8770w (FHD IPS, SSD, Q4000M, 16Gb) - daily
T43 (LED Flexview UXGA), Z60t, G41, R30, R50e, R61i
A31, R52p, T22, A22m, R40, T30, Z61m
They can accommodate mSATA drives, if you happen to have a spare one.
Otherwise what wujstefan said about 2.5" SATA applies.
And of course you should have Middleton's BIOS to get SATA II speed.
At that price, unless you need >512GB of storage, you'd really be better off just getting a 2.5" SSD and using that for everything.
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The X200 mSATA mod makes use of the SATA signals present in its docking connector. Unfortunately, there are no SATA signals on the T60/61 docking connector.Bready_To.Toast wrote: ↑Mon Jul 02, 2018 4:12 pmI wanted to go with mSATA because these ultrabay slim adapters are all discontinued and next to impossible to find on Ebay, Amazon, and even newegg, I read somewhere that someone got a mSATA SSD to work in a thinkpad X200 so i was kinda curious if i could get it to work on my T61p.
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