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I am trying out an N110 netbook. Wondering whether ECS will go on it, the following points come to mind:

  • 1.6GHz processor and 1Gb or 2Gb ram seem fine.
  • Intel Atom processor - not sure if special support if required.
  • Intel chipset - I don't know the issues here.
  • Screen size - 1076 x 600.
  • Disk access - I read somewhere that the access mode may not be supported by ECS, but I don't know the issues.
  • Disk size 250Gb with two "small" system partitions and Windows 7 Starter on a third partition. Approx 160Gb free. Can ECS and Bootmanager install this far down a disk?

Further investigation suggests the answer is no, it won't run eComStation. It seems to use AHCI for disk access with no option to change, although I haven't found anything to explicitly confirm that.

 

Information is sent by: Peter -- 2010-01-09 15:57:53

 
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