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I want to know is my laptop support m.2 nvme or it has m.2 slot

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Hp 15q-bu0xx
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I just want to install ssd in my laptop. So i want to know is my laptop have m.2 slot

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This is the Service Manual:

 

Manual 

 

There is an M.2 slot (unless you have a Celeron or Pentium budget CPU). This is what it looks like with rear cover removed (see p. 45).

 

M.2 slot circled in redM.2 slot circled in red

 

The slot supports ONLY SATA M.2 not NVME. There is also a part you can get that would allow a SATA M.2 to be placed in the 2.5 inch bay instead of the hard drive. Makes little sense to do that, however. Do open the laptop before you buy any SSD as this slot is sometimes not present where the Manual suggests it should be. 

 

Post back with any other questions and please accept as solution if this is the info you needed. 


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