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Im interested in purchasing a HP Pavilion Notebook 17-ab200ni. This notebook comes with a 2TB internal SATA drive. I want to add a 128Gb SSB (form factor 2) drive, similar to what the OMEN comes with as standard. Does the Pavilion 17 support SSD drives to be added?

 

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J

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Specs: http://support.hp.com/ph-en/document/c05402434

Manual: Page 1, 2, 21, 40
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05357606

You can put M.2 2280 SSD (PCIe NVMe or SATA-3 TLC) in its slot. Make it boot drive and use HDD as storage drive.


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You can add a second SATA/SSD drive.

 

Do you have Touch Screen???

 

Your manual here.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05123465

 

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Thanks all,

 

I had a look at the manual you guys sent me and it seems that the device does support SSD. I was a bit worried that it may not have a slot for the SSD and that I would have had to replace the original 2TB drive with a SSD 3.5'' M1 drive, but it seems that I can in fact have two drives installed at the same time. One SSD for boot and the original 2TB for storage.

 

@REO51ST, nope, the one I am looking to purchase is non-touch.

 

Thanks for the support.

 

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Guys,

 

I just want to confirm. The two manual links you sent me respectively, they are definitly for this particular model? 

 

HP Pavilion - 17-ab200ni

 

Product Code: 1DM41EA

 

There are a number of Pavilion 17 models available, so I just want to confirm that the manual actuallty applies to this particular model?

 

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J

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Yes it is the exact same Manual for your model.

And it supports dual drive configuration as suggested.

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Then without touch screen you can have Primary HDD, Secondary HDD and the M.2.

 

HP Pavilion 17-ab000 Notebook PC series - FRU Remove/Replace Videos

 

https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=10862170&MEID=1D079131-56C0-4F1C-A45C-DE708A395BC1

 

Click on Primary, Secondary and Solid State drive.

 

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Awesome, thank you very much.

 

Great help!

 

Cheers guys,

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You're very welcome :)

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