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Neill_NHB
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Upgrade sshd

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St1000lm014-1ej164-sshd
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Can I upgrade my hp PC SSHD

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erico
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Sure. You can upgrade it to a higher capacity legacy SATA3 drive or a 2.5" 3D NAND SATA3 SSD

 

It really would have helped if you had provided identification for your PC instead of your hard disk.  

 

This isn't a Seagate forum. 🤔




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erico
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Sure. You can upgrade it to a higher capacity legacy SATA3 drive or a 2.5" 3D NAND SATA3 SSD

 

It really would have helped if you had provided identification for your PC instead of your hard disk.  

 

This isn't a Seagate forum. 🤔




I am not an HP Employee.

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My HP computer info below.  Does this change your advice ?  Is this here a URL to a video showing SSHD process?

 

HP ENVY w Intel Core i5
Product G4B34AA#ABA
SN#4CE5060XKG
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For future reference, your PC is a HP Beats Special Edition 23-n012 All-in-One Desktop PC or a Product G4B34AA#ABA.

I will move the thread to the desktop section.

 

From the minimal information on the motherboard that HP gave, the only upgrade would be to replace the current hard drive with a SATA3 2.5" 3D NAND SSD or a higher capacity  SSHD.

 

Kindly explain your "Is this here a URL to a video showing SSHD process?" statement. I do not understand what you have asked.




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