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HP zbook 15 G2 replace old disk with 1 TB

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HP zbook 15 G2
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My current standard HDD in the my HP zbook 15 G2 that came with it only has 256 GB storage capacity. I want to replace it with the Samung 860 EVO 2.5 inches 1 TB and install Windows 10 on it. I believe it says on the site (https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04488080)  that the HP zbook 15 G2 only support disks up to 512 GB.

Should I replace my old disk this with this new disk of 1 TB to increase my storage size?

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No capacity limit on SATA 2.5 inch storage SSD or M.2. Here is the Service Manual:

 

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Service is very easy with the removeable rear access panel. 1 TB Samsumg Evo 860 2.5 inch is no problem. If you do not already have one I would suggest looking into an M.2 NVME SSD as your boot disk for vastly improved performance. 

 

Post back with any questions. 


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