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nonesofar13
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How to install SSD Disk on Lenovo B590 model 6274

Hi Lenovo Community,

 

My question is on the subject, I want to install an SSD Disk on my Lenovo B590 model 6274.

 

Is it possible ? Can somebody help me?

 

Thanks for your help

 

Regards.

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Re: How to install SSD Disk on Lenovo B590 model 6274

hi nonesofar13,

 

Welcome to the Forums.

 

The B590 (6274) does support an SSD and you can opt to get a 2.5" or an mSATA form factor.

 

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Since you already have a HDD, you can try to get an mSATA SSD and make it as your boot drive and just make the HDD a storage drive (i.e., For picture, movies, etc.).

 

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Alternatively, you can just replace the HDD with a 2.5" SSD and optionally get an caddy or a SATA enclosure to convert the HDD as an external drive.

 

You can refer to this video as a reference:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkwCqWHMHhU

 

 

Regards



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nonesofar13
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Re: How to install SSD Disk on Lenovo B590 model 6274

Hi neokenchi,

Awesome i will try Smiley Happy

Thanks !! hope it will work !!
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Re: How to install SSD Disk on Lenovo B590 model 6274

It does support mSSD... You've got to open the panel to access the HDD or the RAM. You'll see a space, left oft the HDD. This is where you can plug your mSSD. But beware, that it only supports 32Gb, so if you plug a bigger SSD, it will automatically split it.

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