On to the Q here: My family has an R60 that we've long-used as a HTPC (its got the seemingly rare BluRay drive in the UltraBay, which works great in tandem with VGA out to a homemade 1920x1200 LCD projector, an Audigy ZS notebook card, and Klipsch THX 5.1 speakers). I've recently come across a Turbo Memory card from a T61 that doesn't really need it (its got 8GB and an SSD) and was just wondering if I could possibly help this oldie be a bit faster. Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge!
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2. The Turbo memory card provides little benefit, as tested by various tech websites. Furthermore, some users in this forum reported Windows BSoDs (Blue Screen of Death) crashes when the Turbo memory card was installed. Once the card was removed, the BSoDs disappeared.
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