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Victus by HP 15L Gaming Desktop PC TG02-0000i RCTO Base Model
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So, I'm buying a 2TB for my computer to have more storage. The question I'm having is where I can find the right screws to mount my hard drive in my 15L Hp Victus Desktop. And Ik It comes with a mounting bracket, but I want to know what's the right screws to mount it up with. 

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Hi,


Which 15L Victus desktop do you have?
Press the power button and tap the F1 key for system information.
Look for the product number(SKU) in the list. The SKU is what identifies the hardware configuration of  your desktop PC .
Post the product number in your nextreply to your thread.

You will need to be more specific and avoid generic statements.
Generic statements make us have to guess and we prefer not to have to do that.
What is a "a 2TB"?

 

You can get the screws that match  an SSD or legacy HDD base at any PC store.

Mount the hard disk inside the silver bay facing outside and screw it in from the inside of the bay.

 



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