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upgrade ssd flash on notebook 14-am008nf

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HP notebook 14-am008nf
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)


i would like to upgrade the ssd flash  from 32Go to 64go minimum ( windows is not able to upgrade because of the memory). I have seen a connector inside the notebook. ( one seven and eight femelle connector , one mm pitch)

what is the name of the memory stick to plug into ? 

thank you by advance !

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The eMMC 32GB storage has different shape and size. Normally eMMC storage is soldered to the motherboard. In this case that could be an adapter for the eMMC chip.


Yes, you can replace 32GB with 64GB using the following part


   eMMC drive, 64 GB, includes eMMC board, bracket, cable, foam, and screws part # 903803-001



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thank you !

but price is much higher than the PC itself .

i give up !

best regards.

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Yes its over $400 from HP.


I will also add...

I'm curious as to why you would be limited to only eMMC drives?


In the manual, the bottom plate is the same for both.

It uses the same Sata connector. Looks like you can attach the cable from either end. I would open the case and look at it to verify.


If you have the eMMC board currently, replace it with the SSD board.

I found one here for under $20 US... 822347-001.

Then buy an m.2 sata drive for under $100 US.



You can see this in the Maintenance Manual photos...


eMMC board

EMMc board.JPG


M.2 Sata board

m2 sata connector cable.JPG


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