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Is it possible to upgrade my hard drive from a traditional drive to a solid state drive

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HP Envy 15 Notebook PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I want to find out if it is possibble to upgrade my hard drive to a solid state drive.  My PC is ok, it is just running really slow and I have tried many different solutions to speed it up, but have so far been unsuccessful. I also want to increase the level of storage on my laptop and was thinking I could upgrade to a SSD at the same time if my system can accept it. If anyone can let me know if it is possible to upgrade to an SSD, I'd appreciate the help.

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@CyberPunk37 

 

Yes, you can upgrade 2.5" SATA HDD to 2.5" SATA SSD, same capacity or larger. That is one simplest way to speed up your machine.

 

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https://it.crucial.com/compatible-upgrade-for/hp---compaq/envy-15-j104sl

Here you can find some compatible SSD, RAM and other stuff for your PC. Bye

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Yes it is possible, any laptop with SATA HDD could upgrade into SATA SSD.

i think your hp unit comes with M.2 Slot. You can make use of by installing M.2 SDD  and retaining iyong HDD for storage space.

 

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