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jpmackay1
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M.2 Socket 1, Key A on motherboard, Odense2-S??

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Hello,

 

Where is the location of M.2 Socket 1, Key on the motherboard, Odense2-S? I couldn't find this while searching on the motherboard after open the case panel door. I thought that I might as well put the link below and tell me where to find this slot? If you know where and tell me then I don't have to search all over.

 

https://support.hp.com/sg-en/document/c05236921

 

 

Have a good day!

 

Thank you,

 

John

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi, John:

 

The only M.2 slot is occupied by the M.2 wireless adapter your PC comes with.

 

You can follow two very thin and delicate wireless antenna cables down to the location of the wifi adapter.

 

It's a tiny little thing about 3/4" of an inch tall and 1/2" wide.

 

You cannot use the slot for anything else.

 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi, John:

 

The only M.2 slot is occupied by the M.2 wireless adapter your PC comes with.

 

You can follow two very thin and delicate wireless antenna cables down to the location of the wifi adapter.

 

It's a tiny little thing about 3/4" of an inch tall and 1/2" wide.

 

You cannot use the slot for anything else.

 

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