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What SSD Cards (SSD Cache) are Compatible, and where does the TV Tuner PCI Card go? There is 1 Empty Card Slot, but I am wanting to make sure.

 

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@Smoker1 

 

Machine has following slots

 

  • PCI Express MXM slot that supports a PCI Express x16 graphics card (Gen 2.0): 1
  • Half-size PCI Express mini card socket : 1
  • Full-size PCI Express mini card socket : 1

The TV card should fit to one spare mini card.

 

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I also tried to upgrade it but it stuck suddenly. Check out happy birthday wishes for brother by go-happybirthday.

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Hi,

You can see in these two pictures

aio1.PNGaio2.PNG

 

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To the left of the DC Jack, there is that spot with the 2 Holes, what is that for???

 

What mSATA Cards are Compatible with the SSD Slot?

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Hi,

I am not sure what the two holes are for, maybe to keep the motherboard in place from back cover or maybe even something to keep static electricity abay.

Well the mSATA will fit an mSATA SSD 🙂

Example:

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-250GB-mSATA-Internal-MZ-M6E250BW/dp/B07864YNTZ/ref=sxin_3_ac_d_rm?key...

 

Hope it helps,

David

 

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For the TV Tuner Card, there is 1 Antenna Lead, where do I route that to? I have a old Laptop, I could use a WiFi Antenna for it, but just need to know where to connect it to.

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Hi,

I believe the antenna should be connected to the TV Tuner Connector Bracket which then allows for external antenna to be connected. Take a look at these videos. Click on TV Tuner Connector Bracket in the list on left

http://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=5295884&MEID=028E4D16-0FD9-4519-9664-4627C08A0389

 

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I know about the Antenna Connector on the Card, the only problem is, where do I run it to? I Purchased the Tuner Card on Amazon, however it did not come with the Antenna. Not to mention, the Seller failed to share the Link for where others could get it. Currently waiting for the Seller to reply back.

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OK.

There is the antenna connector on the card (which you know about)

Did you look at the video I linked. Apart from the TV Tuner Card, there is the TV Tuner Connector Bracket which has a small antenna running from it to the TV Tuner Card.

So the antenna goes from the TV tuner Card to the the TVTuner Bracket which is visible on the back of the AIO and serves to attach the external antenna to the AIO. (The antenna or cable in your home)

 

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David

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