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ilkamalo1
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increase hard disk

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HPOMEN 15AX000NL SSD 128GB+1TB
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hi, i've the HP OMEN 15AX000NL SSD 128GB+ 1TB notebook and there are two HD

1)  128 GB

2) 1000GB

 

as i needed to install large program on my PC the 128 GB is too small i prefer do not use the 1000GB to install my program

so i've gone to a tecnician that found a 500GB memory but tell me that he would'nt garantee that i woud keep my RECOVERY partition is this right , how can i improve memory and install program that i need, in case tell me which kind memory to use so that i can upgrade my notebook

hi and thanks

 

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@ilkamalo1

Thank you for posting on HP Forums, 

Riddle_Decipher is at your service. 

 

As I Understand you want information on saving hard drive space or increasing it,

Don't worry as I'll be glad to help, however, to provide an accurate resolution, I need a few more details: 

Did you try changing the "save location" to HDD rather than the default drive being your "SSD"?

 

There is almost always an option during install - simply redirect the default path to your HDD. Some programs (not all) will always use a little space on your C drive also - normally, don't worry about this, though do monitor your C drive space regularly. Also, make sure your newly installed programs use the HDD as the default store for data (normally done via a something like the options menu within the program).


The download path can be changed via the use of the 'Save As' option just before you commit to a download (e.g. Right-click then save target as). Alternatively, the download interface may offer you this choice.

The main thing is to pay attention to each step of a program install - they're all pretty much the same and you'll soon get the hang of it.

 

If you wish to upgrade your SSD to 512GB, you can find the list of compatible parts on your service manual guide: Click here to view it

 

Supported by HP: 512 GB PCIe Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) Triple Level Cell (TLC) M.2 SSD

 

Keep me posted for further assistance 😉

 

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