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stavgorinn
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m2 ssd takmak için laptop açılırsa laptop garanti dışına çıkar mı

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HP Laptop 15-da2002nt
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Merhabalar,

laptop için m2 ssd düşünüyorum, cihaz bilgilerini alt kısmada ekliyorum. m2 ssd ile yükselme şansım bulunuyor mu? ve cihazın garanti durumunu etkiler mi? Bilgi verirseniz çok sevinirim. 

HP Laptop 15-da2002nt, Intel i5-10210U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, GeForce MX110, 15,6 inç HD, Windows 10 Home, 8BM99EA

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Hi, @stavgorinn 

 

Below is the link to the manuals page for your notebook's model series.

 

HP 15-da2000 Laptop PC series Manuals | HP® Customer Support

 

Your notebook has a M.2 slot that supports both SATA and NVMe M.2 SSD's.

 

Since this is a peer to peer forum, and we don't work for or represent HP, we cannot write on HP's behalf regarding the warranty terms and conditions.

 

If you look at chapter 6 of the service manual, installing a M.2 SSD or upgrading the memory is supposed to be done by an authorized HP service center.

 

Generally speaking, you will not void the warranty by doing the work yourself unless you break something in the process of upgrading the PC.

 

Also, if you need warranty work done on your PC, it has to be returned to its original condition.

 

In other words, if you installed a M.2 SSD, you would have to remove it before sending in the PC for warranty work.

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stavgorinn
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thanks, I hope you have the correct spelling.

If the laptop is turned on to install m2 ssd, will the laptop warranty be on the agenda?

I think m2 ssd for laptop, I add it in the device partition. Do I have a chance to increase with m2 ssd? and warranting effects? I would be very happy if you give information.

HP Laptop 15-da2002nt, Intel i5-10210U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, GeForce MX110, 15.6 inch HD, Windows 10 Home, 8BM99EA

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Hi, @stavgorinn 

 

Below is the link to the manuals page for your notebook's model series.

 

HP 15-da2000 Laptop PC series Manuals | HP® Customer Support

 

Your notebook has a M.2 slot that supports both SATA and NVMe M.2 SSD's.

 

Since this is a peer to peer forum, and we don't work for or represent HP, we cannot write on HP's behalf regarding the warranty terms and conditions.

 

If you look at chapter 6 of the service manual, installing a M.2 SSD or upgrading the memory is supposed to be done by an authorized HP service center.

 

Generally speaking, you will not void the warranty by doing the work yourself unless you break something in the process of upgrading the PC.

 

Also, if you need warranty work done on your PC, it has to be returned to its original condition.

 

In other words, if you installed a M.2 SSD, you would have to remove it before sending in the PC for warranty work.

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