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I want to know exactly the brand, and the name, of my 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD in my OMEN. 15-ax201nh. I can't open it up, because it's not at me right now.
There are several free software packages that provide this kind of information.
Option: Download, install, and run the Belarc free software
Program provides lots of information about your computer, including the brand, type, capacity, slot #, and serial number of your Drives.
Output is in html - results open in your default browser.
Good Idea: Save a copy of the output to create a "baseline" document for later reference.
Option: Use wmic command to display disk drive information
Windows key + X + A (admin cmd prompt)
wmic diskdrive list brief
type command and save to file:
wmic diskdrive list brief > C:\Users\AccountName\Documents\Drive_Info.txt
wmic diskdrive list brief > C:\Users\AccountName\Documents\Drive_%Computername%.txt
Replace "AccountName" with the name of your user account folder
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I would also add to the info above...
HP does not say or guarantee what brand or model parts are used in their products, so we have no list to look up that specific info.
HWiNFO has a portable version of software for hardware information (no installation needed)
HWiNFO will also report the NVMe revision of the SSD.
HWiNFO - Hardware Information, Analysis and Monitoring Tools
And on a side note...
If you are running the new Windows Creator Upgrade, the Win+X menu does not include access to the Control Panel or the Command Prompt anymore.
Type CMD into the search bar instead, right click on Command Prompt in the list and choose "Run as Admin".
TIP: if you want the previous items added to the WinX Menu again, you will need to use a tool called WinX Editor.exe
Its a portable tool also.
Go to this site and look for the link called Download Win+X Menu Editor for Windows 8 allows you to add or remove Win+X menu items (third one down). Its the actual download link for the tool.
How to use it here... http://www.digitalcitizen.life
Just my 2 cents.
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