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Has anyone used a SATA DOM to run the OS, I'm considering one for my Chameleon drive but wondered if you could use it for the main OS. SATA DOM drives have a max transfer rate of up to 100MB/sec.

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http://linitx.com/vi...hp?prodid=12654

The 512Mb IED module could be ideal for Chameleon

http://linitx.com/vi...hp?prodid=12187

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I´m using a Deloc 1GB SATADOM for the KakeWalk booter instead of a USB stick. works very nice, you can directly choose it in the harddrive boot order in the bios. no more fooling around with USB sticks...

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Interesting, I had a play with a SATA DOM drive and was unsuccessful but might have another go now that I have read your reply.

I´m using a Deloc 1GB SATADOM for the KakeWalk booter instead of a USB stick. works very nice, you can directly choose it in the harddrive boot order in the bios. no more fooling around with USB sticks...







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