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Zeek04
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HP Pavilion All-in-one Hard Drive Failure

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Pavilion All-in-one 27-r014
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Hello,

 

I have an HP Pavilion All-in-one (product number: 2HJ22AA). When I run a system check, it states that "Hard drive 1" has failed.

 

From what I am researching, this all in 1 has a 16 GB NVMe M.2 TLC Solid State Drive and a standard 3.5" hard drive. Can someone tell me what the 16 GB NVMe drive is for? Also, based on the failure, is it saying the NVMe SSD failed or the standard 3.5" Hard Drive has failed?

 

I am trying to purchase replacement parts and want to make sure I located the correct hardware to replace.

 

Thanks!

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@Zeek04,

The HP 27-r014 upgrade and service manual.

The 16GB NVMe is a disk cache device used to speed up HD access.   Just replace the 1 TB 3.5" HD with a similar product. I am bias to WD. See this WD 1TB Black with 5 year warranty.   Just swap it out, and let WIN 10 format the drive.

Download Tool Now  (I suggest a 16GB flash drive) then follow directions for install for different PC.  Do not enter any product key, it will find it within the BIOS NRAM.  It will validate upon Internet connection.

 

If you want to try salvaging any data files (documents, pictures, music) off the old drive, use this device.

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Thank you Wb2001 for the details!

I have the new SSD and am working on installing Windows. The problem I am running into now is that when I attempt to install Windows 10 using the media creation tool from MS, I get an error "Windows cannot be installed on this disk. This computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in computer's BIOS menu." I get this error when selecting the partition to install Windows on during setup.

 

Windows setup does see the new hard drive. I have attempted loading drivers for the controller, and still same problem. Should I just remove the NVMe disk at this point, would that be causing the issue? Or is there a storage controller driver I am missing? I have tried every controller driver listed on HP's website for this model and none work.

 

Please help!

 

Thanks!

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@Zeek04,

I would remove the 16GB MVMe, and try again.

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