08-30-2016 07:06 PM
I have just recieved my HP Pavillion 15t-bc000 in the mail today. I have an old DV6 that died and it has extra RAM that I put in it that I want to put into my new Pavillion. However, I have no idea how to do it. My old DV6 has a panel on the bottom that you can unscrew in order to easily access the RAM, wireless card, and hard drive. My new 15t-bc000 does not seem to have such a cover on the bottom. In fact, there isn't any cover on the bottom at all. It appears that I have to somehow revove the entire bottom shell just to get to the RAM or to remove the battery if I ever had to do so, but I'm not sure if that's even possible. Can I not put in more RAM into my new computer?
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08-30-2016 07:49 PM
The first thing to consider is that the hardware change may affect the warranty on your new laptop, the second is that 15t-bc000 uses specified memory is not compatible with the dv6 laptop RAM.
08-31-2016 04:05 AM
Ah, I see. I looked over the order form and found it uses DDR4 instead of DDR3. I will call up HP tech support and see if it's possible to have them upgrade the RAM themselves. Thank you!
02-13-2017 03:47 AM
Hello. I have a notebook 15-bc015nt. There are two fans on this device. My question to you is, I am experiencing a heating problem on the right hand side of the keyboard, where the processors are located under. I checked the fan speeds by using Speedfan software. During a normal use software indicates Fan1: 2200 rpm around but Fan2: 220 rpm (10%) around only.
Can you please check your device regarding the fan speeds? If you experience the same situation I will not send my device back.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.