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hp 250 g5 x0n65ea#abz ssd

hp 250 g5 x0n65ea#abz
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

have hp g5 250 x0n65ea#abz m.2 slot?

can i connect ssd m.2 inside.?

is it bootable?

thanx

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hp 250 g5 x0n65ea#abz ssd

Hi,

 

From the following information, it has M.2 SATA 3 option and bootable:

 

    http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=X0N65EA

 

Did you buy this option ?

 

Regards.

BH
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hp 250 g5 x0n65ea#abz ssd

i dont know if i buy this option i see inside a connector like m.2 but i don't know if itis for ssd or wifi card or other

list you show me (thanx !) is appliable at a lot of 250 g5 model (if you  see there are 2 kind of display hdready and fullhd and lot of cpu)

there is a way i can know if i have this option without buy ssd and try?

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hp 250 g5 x0n65ea#abz ssd

finally i discover that inside my notebook there is 1 slimline sata connector

pcb board is marked as tmt 455MW432L01

googling seem to be for ODD support

i'm wondering if i can use it with an adapter to SATA III ?

connect SSD SATA III to it ?

can I BOOT with it ?

or I need to exchange with PCB board 850946-001 HP part number

that is "Solid-state drive connector board - Includes connector cable" probably M.2 type

to connect SSD and boot with it?

thanx

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