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Hp Pavillion 15-ec1006na. What is the correct storage I can add to the 2nd storage slot?

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Hi HP community.  I am interested in adding more storage to my laptop but I am unsure whether I need m.2 or SATA storage to do so. My current ssd is 512gb m.2, but I am keen to use the second slot so I can add more games. I tried searching for the user manual but didn't have any luck finding. 

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@Hasbo 

 

You can add 2.5" SATA-3 HDD/SSD to your machine but you need Hard drive connector/cable part # L72698-001 which is N/A from HP

 

       https://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=L72698-001

 

I could not find from other stores. Please try

 

       https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/L72698-001-GENUINE-HP-HD-CADDY-W-CONNECTOR-15-EC-15-EC0013DX-CD312-/2936...

 

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BH
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I took a photo of my sata drive as it is. Is that ready to put in an SSD?

 

Thank you for your help

 

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