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Add a second SSD a PC Notebook HP - 15-da0059ns

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Hello:

  I've a HP - 15-da0059ns .

  It has a 256 GB SSD. I'd like to add a second 1TB SSD.

  I've opened it and there is room for it, but not connector.

  Is possible to add a new SSD to the notebook?

   Thanks

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Hi:

 

Yes, you can do that, but finding the parts will be very hard if not impossible.

 

Below is the link to the service manual.

 

https://content.abt.com/documents/90195/15DA0046NR_manual.pdf

 

Chapter 3, pages 25 and 26 lists the parts and part numbers you need to add a hard drive...

 

(5) Hard drive bracket                             L20455-001

(6) Hard drive connector board            L20454-001
(7) Hard drive/solid-state drive cable L20456-001

 

In my opinion, it would be a whole lot easier to just replace your existing 256 GB SSD with one having more storage capacity, and use the HP cloud recovery tool to make a bootable USB recovery drive to reinstall W10, the drivers and the software that originally came with your notebook on the larger capacity SSD.

 

 

 

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