I switched out HDD with SSD. Why did the upgrade go slower?
I had a computer with a hard disk drive, which I then switched out for a solid-state drive. I assumed this would make the computer faster, but next time I upgraded from my FOG master image the upgrade actually took longer than when I originally installed the image. Why did the upgrade go slower with an SSD?
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@omihek the information you’re giving is far too vague for an appropriate answer to be given. There’s any number of reasons that could cause this. Too many to give you a direct answer.
SSD is faster than spinner but as far as imaging faster or slower, it could be network congestion, memory issues, bad firmware, port too slow for the drive recommended speeds, and so on.