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10-20-2022 09:12 AM - edited 10-20-2022 09:13 AM
It appears that all of the PC's in that model series have the Baker motherboard.
There is only one M.2 slot for a wifi card (which is occupied) and one M.2 slot for a NVMe SSD (which is occupied).
You would have to replace the existing NVMe SSD with one having a greater storage capacity.
Since you live in Norway, your PC would most likely be one of the model numbers on the list that ends in 'no'.
Those models are sold in Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden).
10-20-2022 09:29 AM - edited 10-20-2022 09:29 AM
You're very welcome.
Yes, the Kingston NVMe SSD will fit in the slot just fine.
I use the free Macrium Reflect utility to create a system image of the existing drive and then you should be able to restore the image onto the larger capacity drive.
You want the software on the left side of the page under the Backup at Home section.
When you go from a smaller drive to a larger one, you need to do an extra step, so you don't have unallocated space when you restore the image. Otherwise, it will be very difficult to merge the unallocated space with the rest of your C:\ drive since it won't be adjacent.
Did you already buy that model drive?
How much difference is the cost between the Kingston drive and the Western Digital Blue SN570?
In the USA, the costs are similar, but the WD Blue drive is around twice as fast.
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