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Alex1983-04
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SSD in my laptop

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HP 250 G6 3QM19ES
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Hello, I want to install a solid-state drive (SSD) in my laptop, I can’t understand if my laptop has this feature and what connectors are needed for this. I attach a photo of the inside.
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Alex1983-04
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I suppose that in this connector you need to install an adapter, what is the question?
my laptop does not have an optical drive (DVD) but maybe this connector to connect it.

 

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Hi:

 

Your notebook does not have the M.2 slot to add a M2 SATA SSD.

 

This is where the M.2 slot would have gone.  See my outline in red.

 

I recommend that you just replace the 2.5" mechanical hard drive with a 2.5" SSD.

 

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I see this connector for connecting an optical drive (jodd), here you need an adapter to SATA. I understand correctly? 

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Unfortunately, I don't know how that works because looking at the connection it does not appear to be a standard SATA connection.

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found a solution on some forums, install the board, and connect the connector to it.
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