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Asus UX32VD-DH71 onboard 22GB ?

by get2guy2 / May 5, 2013 10:57 AM PDT

Hi all,

I just bought an Asus UX32VD-DH71, i bought it from computerupgradeking.com which offers an SSD+RAM upgrade. I'm upgraded from 500GB 5400RPM \ 4GB RAM to 250GB SSD \ 10GB RAM.

I noticed i have another physical disk in disk management the disk size is 22GB with two partitions of 6GB\16GB.
I think those 22GB are an onboard SSD for a hybrid configuration with a regular HDD.
Am i correct?

If yes, can i use those 22GB to store the recovery partition?
Can i do that by simply repartition the disk and clone the recovery partition into it?

*The recovery is currently on my 250GB SDD and its 20GB in size.

Thank you,
Guy.

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I'm going with no.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 6, 2013 2:37 AM PDT

I've looked at the system that used some flash on board for fast zero power sleep resumes and what you asked for is not supported. It's technically feasible but is not currently implemented. So, no.
Bob

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I am disappointed
by get2guy2 / May 6, 2013 3:18 AM PDT
In reply to: I'm going with no.

Hi Bob,

Thanks for the reply, I am disappointed But its still a great laptop.

Regards,
Guy.

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