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Need empty hard drive slot

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Pavilion TP01 1137c

I am considering purchase of a Pavillon TP01 1137c tower. Online specs do not list it having an empty slot for hard drive. I have a hard drive from my current HP that I need to put in new one. Does this model have an empty slot and plug I can use? 

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@Oldbirdman , welcome to the forum.

 

According to the information that I can find on the computer there are as follows:

 

Internal drive bays: One 2.5" occupied; One 3.5" occupied

External drive bays: One 9.5 mm occupied

 

It appears that there isn't a vacant drive bay.  If you don't use the Optical Drive, you could remove it.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

 

 



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