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Grammie27
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What do I need to upgrade the ram and the harddrive in my laptop? I have an hp pavilion x360 13t

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I want to upgrade my laptop.  I do know that I can upgrade to 8GB ram.  I'm not sure what type of harddrive I can upgrade too.  I would like a solid state one though.  Any information that anyone can offer to help me would be greatly appreciated.  

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Hello @Grammie27,

 

Please reply to this post with complete Model and Product Number of your Notebook

 

Click the below link for a guide on locating this information:

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It is an HP Pavilion x360 13t touch laptop, L8V89AV, SN#8CG60119TR.  I know that it can be upgraded to an 8GB harddrive and 8GB of ram, (4GB x 2.)  I also found out that the ram has to be DDR3L- 1 DIMM.  I have no clue about the hard drive although, I would like a solid state one.  I heard that they do not have any moving parts like the old ones.  Thank you so much for your assistance.  I need to get this done as soon as possible because my business is suffering.  The laptop is running way too slow.

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Hello @Grammie27,

 

Thank you for your reply !!!

 

 

 

Iam sorry, that iam unable to find any technical information on this PC. 

 

Can you please tell me the type of the processor the unit has. 

 

 

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Thank you for trying to help me.  I finally broke down and took it to Best Buy for them to fix it.  I really appreciate your help though.  Have a great day.

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