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I need to Replace the Hard Drive in my HP Beats All-in-One 23-n 110xt CTO

HP Beats All-in-One 23-n 110x
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The first part of my question is the physical size of the internal HDD? Is it a 3.5" or 2.5" HDD.  Second I need a diagram of the interior of the case, as well as instructions as to how to open it to access the HDD to be replaced. At this point I would like to consider adding an SSD as the second HDD (if there is room for one inside this compute). I have spent more than an hour in an endless loop, and had to get a second screen name to just get this far, so despite being extremely frustrated, if there is a readily available website or web address where I can find the instructions, and specifications for this specific computer, perhaps a Service or User's Manual that can give me the computer "model-specific" instructions and a schematic I can take it from there. I have changed out these drives before, just never in one of these all in one computers.

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I need to Replace the Hard Drive in my HP Beats All-in-One 23-n 110xt CTO

Hi:

 

Below is the link to the support page for your PC.

 

User guides section>Upgrading and servicing guide is what you want.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Beats-Special-Edition-23-n100-All-in-One-Desktop-PC-series/71...

 

Parts list...under the drives section, it shows the drives are 2.5"

 

Enter the following product number in the box...  J6N70AV

 

http://partsurfer.hp.com/search.aspx

 

 

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