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32 GB for a laptop is not much. Contrary to popular belief, upgrading this laptop's SSD is not actually that difficult- it does however mean that you give up your internal WiFi card. As an owner of this laptop, I've fought the Windows 8 and 10 WiFi drivers and was glad to have it gone. My current setup includes a 250GB SSD and an external WiFi card. This guide is designed to help you get ready to do the same!

I will get around to refining it some more if more people are interested in the process.

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  1. Make sure that you take your laptop apart in an area that has lots of light and are discharged. Touch something to ground yourself before starting! Electrostatic damage can fry your motherboard.
    • Make sure that you take your laptop apart in an area that has lots of light and are discharged. Touch something to ground yourself before starting! Electrostatic damage can fry your motherboard.

  2. Flip your laptop over. There are four pads that you need to remove to access the screws. Remove the center pad first as shown in the picture. Flip your laptop over. There are four pads that you need to remove to access the screws. Remove the center pad first as shown in the picture.
    • Flip your laptop over. There are four pads that you need to remove to access the screws. Remove the center pad first as shown in the picture.

  3. Beneath each pad is a screw. Make sure you remove all of the pads. Beneath each pad is a screw. Make sure you remove all of the pads. Beneath each pad is a screw. Make sure you remove all of the pads.
    • Beneath each pad is a screw. Make sure you remove all of the pads.

  4. There will be a total of 3 cables to unplug. Flip each ZIF upward to unplug. There will be a total of 3 cables to unplug. Flip each ZIF upward to unplug.
    • There will be a total of 3 cables to unplug. Flip each ZIF upward to unplug.

  5. Insert wisdom here. Insert wisdom here. Insert wisdom here.
    • Insert wisdom here.

  6. The  WiFi/Bluetooth mPCIe card is located to the right of the  motherboard, highlighted with the arrow.
    • The WiFi/Bluetooth mPCIe card is located to the right of the motherboard, highlighted with the arrow.

  7. You'll notice that there is a large gap for the WWAN card and no M.2 connection. It is possible to extend the mPCIe card and remove the WiFi card completely. Another option might be to purchase a board with an M.2 WWAN card and swap it out with an SSD. Unfortunately these are quite rare. You'll notice that there is a large gap for the WWAN card and no M.2 connection. It is possible to extend the mPCIe card and remove the WiFi card completely. Another option might be to purchase a board with an M.2 WWAN card and swap it out with an SSD. Unfortunately these are quite rare.
    • You'll notice that there is a large gap for the WWAN card and no M.2 connection. It is possible to extend the mPCIe card and remove the WiFi card completely. Another option might be to purchase a board with an M.2 WWAN card and swap it out with an SSD. Unfortunately these are quite rare.

  8. A close up of the USB WWAN Board. A close up of the USB WWAN Board. A close up of the USB WWAN Board.
    • A close up of the USB WWAN Board.

  9. As stated before, you can swap this card out with a half-width PCIe SSD found on Amazon or other electronics retailers. As stated before, you can swap this card out with a half-width PCIe SSD found on Amazon or other electronics retailers.
    • As stated before, you can swap this card out with a half-width PCIe SSD found on Amazon or other electronics retailers.

  10. A common issue might be heat dissipation, so it's good practice to remove the stock thermal paste and replace it with better quality. I also recommend adding heat pads to the bottom of the copper heatsink where the RAM chips sit. A common issue might be heat dissipation, so it's good practice to remove the stock thermal paste and replace it with better quality. I also recommend adding heat pads to the bottom of the copper heatsink where the RAM chips sit.
    • A common issue might be heat dissipation, so it's good practice to remove the stock thermal paste and replace it with better quality. I also recommend adding heat pads to the bottom of the copper heatsink where the RAM chips sit.

  11. Follow the steps in reverse to put your HP Stream back the way you found it!
    • Follow the steps in reverse to put your HP Stream back the way you found it!

결론

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Kevin Fessler

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half-width mSATA SSD available in boot?

basicmail3 - 답글

Questo è il problema!!!

Sicuro che tale scheda possa funzionare al Boot del PC.

Bisognerebbe provare potresti dire, 53 $ per la scheda da 64 Gb + 20-30 $ per una penna USB WiFi, tot 80-90 $, e se poi non parte?

bye

That is the question!!!

Sure that this card will work at Boot the PC.

You should try to say, $ 53 for 64 GB card + 20-30 $ for a WiFi USB stick, tot 80-90 $, and if not then part?

bye

Gian Lorenzo Molinari -

Non ci fai vedere come è questa scheda SSD da mettere al posto del modulo WiFi

E poi questa scheda half-width mSATA SSD è possibile farla partire al boot?

E neppure so dove trovarle

Do not you show us how this SD card to put in place the WiFi module.

I've never seen nor know where to find them.

And then this half-width mSATA SSD card, you can start it at boot?

Gian Lorenzo Molinari - 답글

I already have a wi-fi card and I ordered hard drive 120Gb for 53$ . 20 days I'll write how it works or not

basicmail3 -

Make sure that you order an *PCIe* mini half-width or full-width (buy or make an extension bracket) and you have the current BIOS (HP sometimes whitelists cards).

Be forewarned- Not all mSATA cards will play nice with this slot. I personally recommend the Samsung PM830 128GB SSD HDD Mini PCIe from Amazon for only $40. Word of wisdom, you may have to reconnect the battery for Windows to recognize it.

Kevin Fessler -

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