It has 128 GB M.2 SSD which is an M.2 SATA SSD drive. Page 2 of the Maintenance and Service Guide shows it supports BOTH M.2 SATA and NVMe SSD. But it has M.2 SATA now therefore it is much safer to use M.2 SATA SSD to upgrade. You can use Device Manager to see what it is now.
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Thanks for your reply, I have cloned my HP hard drive onto the new SSD and replaced it successfully.
Upon booting up the machine, I'm faced with Windows going into "Automatic Repair", so what did I miss? Shall I change anything in the BIOS? Please help! and suggest some steps to look into and remedy this situation.
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