My HP Envy 14, dismantled and ripped apart

I had received a Kingston V100 SSD, and have been meaning to install it. Today, I finally set about doing it.


Unfortunately, there's no space add a secondary HDD/SSD. Ended ripping apart ( whatever was possible from my end anyway) to find out if there's any way to fit this. Next step would be to convert the existing 500GB internal HDD into a eSata drive, perhaps so that I can install the SSD

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  • Mar 7 2011, 8:05 AM
    Kronos responded:
    It was easy and went without any hitches using the software that came with the drive to image my HDD to the SSD from Kingston. They also sent a USB enclosure for the HDD when imaging the drive. That worked just fine for me as well.

    Good luck!

  • Mar 7 2011, 8:29 AM
    Sathya responded:
    @Kronos - I got the CD, but no enclosure :( I'll have to find an enclosue now
  • Mar 7 2011, 11:16 AM
    xubz (Twitter) responded:
    7200rpm 2.5" HDD with a USB 2.0 enclosure = CRIME.