Portege R930: replace card mSata with SSD

Hello

I wanted to replace the 128 GB hard drive in my laptop. I bought a 256 GB SSD and read the User Guide.
I don't see anything about the replacement of disc inside.
When I open the PC, I discovered that there was an mSata card.
Is it possible to replace a card with an SSD mSata?
There is a small connector but I don't know I'll have to buy a new one (what kind of connector?).
More important still there no information in the Guide of the user on this whole process.
Is there someone doing this?

Kind regards.

I think you need to get the drive replaced by a 2.5 cable cable ".
If the player is not in good physical shape, you may need to get the other parts replaced as well.

This may be a better idea to return the SSD and buy an mSATA SSD instead.

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