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Hi! I would like to ask if my HP 14-CM0104AU supports nVME m.2 SSD? I'm planning to upgrade my hard drive. Instead of using HDD, I'm gonna switch to an SSD but I was wondering if I can still keep my 1TB HDD for storage instead of swapping it out?

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@jugikz 

 

You should be able to add M.2 SATA SSD to your machine and keep existing  1 TB 5400 rpm SATA for storage. The following M.2 SSD's (or similar) are compatible

 

     https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/hp-14-cm0104au/CT14732959

     https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/hp-14-cm0104au/CT14732922

 

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Thank you soo much for your help 😇

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  • I'm also thinking  of putting a additional 8GB of RAM to the device. Is it possible to have a different memory configuration to the device?
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