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HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n103tu upgrade the hard drive

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Hi,

 

I have a HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n103tu 

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-10-n100-x2-detachable-pc/8499312/model/9061055/prod...

 

Its's running Windows 10 Home Edition, however it  has on a 32GB eMMC drive and this only has 5.6GB left free. 

 

I cannot install the latest Windows 10 updates as there is simply not enough free-space as 32GB is never going to be enough for Windows 10 Home and subsequent updates. Have opened the slate to confirm it has no SSD slot and only a 32GB eMMC on the main board.

 

The lack of free space has rendered this device pretty much useless.

 

What are my options to continue using this device? 

 

(1)     Roll back to Windows 8.1

(2)    Use a external USB HDD and Boot and Run Windows 10 from that.

 

So annoyed with this useless peice of crap!

 

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@Barry_M1


Welcome to HP Support Community

 

To update the version of Windows installed on your notebook, you need 10 GB of free hard drive space and a USB flash drive with 16 GB of free space. If 10 GB of hard drive space is not available, delete or save to external storage any personal files and user-installed software or apps.

 

Please refer to the instructions in this Link: https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c05449785

 

Keep me posted how it goes 😊

 


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