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Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi everyone,

 

I will get soon an AIO 910-27 ish (i7-6700T, 8GB Ram, 1TB HDD, Model: F0C2002BUK).

Does this model have second SATA (or even M.2) slot? I want to upgrade the PC with a SSD and need to know if I should buy a 256GB SSD or a bigger SSD to completely replace HDD.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi ressy,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

Product specifications shows option for both M.2, 2280, SATA6G stick (offered by OEM up to 256GB) and currently 1TB 2.5 7mm 5400 SATA3(PN 00FC430) .

 

Check this location here in the hardware manual page 41-42 for the m.2 SATA stick and page 29-30  for the 1TB SATA 3 drive that came with your machine.

 

Suggested m.2 SATA6 2280 SSD stick are shown here in the parts lookup (Click Compatible under configuration, Solid state drives under Commodity list).

 

I hope this helps answer your query.

 

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi 

 

 

 

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi ressy,

 

Greetings.

 

Those listed are OEM offered parts certified for the model.

 

You can order it. Although we cannot guarantee 100% of third party parts, specs shows that the Samsung 860 evo 250GB SATA should be ok but it is a good practice to check on return options just in case.

 

256 GB and 250GB is just the same (depending on how manufacturers declare by raw and reserved capacities).

 

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi spidey101,

 

Thanks for your answers! It solved my question!

Now I want just to know what’s the best way to migrate my Windows 10 on new SSD (I would like to have a new fresh Windows on SSD, so the data is not important for me). Also I don’t want to lose the license and etc.

What would you recommend me?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi ressy

 

You can always clone the image and then you can also just have a a fresh Windows 10 install. Your Win10 product key is embedded on-board so as long as you install the same Win10 version, activation would be automatic. As long as you do not change the motherboard then you won't lose your product key.

 

Here is an article guide with other links to help you also create a recovery image.

How to create a USB recovery drive and use it to recover Windows 10

 

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi spidey101!

Thank you for fast answer!

Will i lose all support from Lenovo(softs etc) that is in My Pc?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Lenovo AIO 910-27ish Disk Drive slots

Hi ressy,

 

If you fresh install Windows, it may although with the hardware coverage you should not but this may depend on the warranty aggreement in your region.

 

But if you have an active warranty and you have issue booting or you failed to create your media then technical support can send you a recovery drive.

 

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