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Natanohey
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HP Slimline Desktop - 260-p037cb Storage Upgrade

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HP Slimline Desktop - 260-p037cb
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'd like to upgrade the storage on my desktop. I'd like assistance answering the following questions please:

 

What size m.2 drive is compatible with my motherboard? 2280,2242,2260?

Where is the m.2 lane located on the board?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Prométhée
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Hello
so sorry, but you will be disappointed
This motherboard, does not have m2 SSD port

 260-p037cb (ENERGY STAR) PC Product Specifications

 

You still have the SATA SSD option
try this site:

Welcome to Crucial USA

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Prométhée
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Hello
so sorry, but you will be disappointed
This motherboard, does not have m2 SSD port

 260-p037cb (ENERGY STAR) PC Product Specifications

 

You still have the SATA SSD option
try this site:

Welcome to Crucial USA

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Natanohey
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That's strange. I looked before and it said that it had M.2 key A for an expansion slot.

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yes

but look closely at the given link
It's a m2 indeed, but for wifi a card is already in place normally, and you can't use it for an SSD.

even if you remove the wifi card

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