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change my ssd

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I would like to change the disk from SSD128 to a larger disk so what is the appropriate type, is it ssd m.2 sata or ssd m.2 NVME ?

This is my model:  https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06188393?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0003 

 

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Hi:

 

Does the BIOS recognize the SSD?

 

If not, then it a NVMe SSD must not be compatible and only SATA SSD's are supported like the one you removed.

 

If the NVMe SSD does show up in the BIOS, try clean installing W10 on it by making bootable installation media using the media creation tool from the link below.

 

Download Windows 10 (microsoft.com)

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Hi:

 

The drive you removed is a SATA drive.

 

I cannot find any information from HP as to whether or not your PC's motherboard would also take a NVMe drive.

 

However, the Crucial memory/SSD report for your PC indicates that it does support NVMe drives.

 

Memory RAM & SSD Upgrades | hp - compaq | pavilion 27 series | Pavilion 27-xa0003nx All-in-One | Cru...

 

 

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hi

 

" The drive you removed is a SATA drive. "

Sorry, how do you know it's an SSD and not NVMe?
The product page indicates:

128 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD

 

I admit having a little trouble differentiating the two there.

 

 


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I have never in my life seen a NVMe drive with two notches cut into the contacts.

 

I checked the parts list for the product number and it doesn't list any M.2 drives, so I can't cross reference the part number.

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Yes, I hadn't noticed the pictures are small
But then the information is contradictory
look at the models of the series, for some (same motherboard) it is not specified NVme indeed ..

27-xa0013ny Product Specifications

256 GB SATA SSD


I listed two or three models in hp part, but no references, some were with 256
256 GB PCIe® NVMe ™ M.2 SSD
If the notches are not the same, I don't see how, those in crucial can be compatible, in this case!
curious situation

 


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I bought this ssd  https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Internal-Security-SA2000M8-500G/dp/B07VXCFNVS/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&ke...

 

and tried to install it with the clone process but it doesn't boot up, I think the ssd does not fit on my computer 😔

 

thanks all

 

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.big pic

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Look here  SSD  m.2 EpmbwpFXUAAeIxZ.jpgone port

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Hi:

 

Does the BIOS recognize the SSD?

 

If not, then it a NVMe SSD must not be compatible and only SATA SSD's are supported like the one you removed.

 

If the NVMe SSD does show up in the BIOS, try clean installing W10 on it by making bootable installation media using the media creation tool from the link below.

 

Download Windows 10 (microsoft.com)

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thanks  i  will try

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