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Oh alright..is there any other way I can try and fix it?

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What type of harddrive? Since my model is the hp envy 23 which one do I need? Could you please send a link for the one I need. Thank you 

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What type of harddrive? Since my model is the hp envy 23 which one do I need? Could you please send a link for the one I need. Thank you 


Hello,

 

You can take any hard disk drive (HDD), solid state hybrid drive (SSHD) or solid state drive (SSD) which is 2.5 inch size, SATA connection. You can take it from any online or local tech store. Below are links to some examples (note that you may take these or another similar ones from a different place)  :

 

>> SSHD >> 1 TB capacity (1TB=1024GB) >> 2.5 inch in size >> SATA connection >> https://www.bestbuy.com/site/seagate-firecuda-1tb-internal-sata-hybrid-hard-drive-for-laptops/616493...

 

>> SSD >> 500 GB capacity >> 2.5 inch in size >> SATA connection >> https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-blue-500gb-internal-sata-solid-state-drive/6025802.p?skuId=6025802

 

>> SSD >> 1 TB capacity >> 2.5 inch in size >> SATA connection >> https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-blue-1tb-internal-sata-solid-state-drive/6025900.p?skuId=6025900

 

 

HDDs are the oldest technology, SSDs are newer. SSDs are faster and more reliable - however, they are slightly more expensive.

SSHD is in between (combo between HDD and some flash "SSD" cache). SSHD are best combo if you want bigger capacity and improved speed. SSDs are best if you want best speed

 

Hope this helps. Let me know how it goes.

 

You may be able to do it on your own - just watch the previously posted video and read the PDF instructions (on page 1)

 

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