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replace SSD 128 with Samsung SSD 1TB on Pavilion 17-ab011nl

Pavilion 17-ab011nl
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I own a new Pavilion 17-ab011nl and I would replace the SSD 128GB with my Samsung SSD 850 Pro 1TB I used on the old PC (always HP). It's possible?

 

Thank.

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HI.

 

You can replace the hard drive you are not going to have problem, the capacity of a hard drive does not make it incompatible.

 

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What about guarantee?

 

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@gibra wrote:

What about guarantee?

 

Thank for reply. 


Despite being a consumable device both the hard drive and RAM and not considering a high-level replacement of HP hardware could invalidate the warranty to open the product, so contact them and send it to a distributor nearest to your Geographic area and thus have no problems.

 

http://welcome.hp.com/country/w1/en/support.html

 

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Unfortunately, the SSD 128GB of my notebook is a M.2 model that seems to be incompatible with the Samsung SSD 850 Pro 1TB, since the M.2 model is not a disk but a card.

128GMTS800 SSD M.2.png

I'm not sure that I can replace it...

 

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