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Advice sought: Adding a solid state drive to a Triton Studio

 
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rhydermike



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:55 am    Post subject: Advice sought: Adding a solid state drive to a Triton Studio Reply with quote

I realise that this subject is something of an FAQ, but I'm asking it again as I would like some up to date information about currently available hardware.

Basically, I would like to add something to my Triton Studio that would enable me to quickly transfer large files between it and and a PC. I'm willing to consider solutions that physically replace the floppy drive or the CDROM drive if necessary. I would prefer something that emulates a hard drive or a CDROM drive rather than a floppy, as I would like to be able to transfer files that are larger than a standard floppy. I'm willing to use something that replaces the internal hard drive, as long as I can easily access it to move files to and from the computer. CF, SD or USB flash drive are all acceptable.

Can anyone here recommend something that's currently available and physically compatible with a Triton Studio?

Thanks in advance for any recommendations that you can make.
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