The SSD HARD drive on a new HP computer upgrade.

HI, I have a new Summit of Phoenix office and want to update the system drive for a 3 TB hard drive SSD.

I have the warranty?

Thank you

PS I don't like Windows 8.1 if someone holds the score


Thanks Hapkiman, I am also looking at the samsung.

I will make the clone as you suggested and also the recovery media.

Thanks for all the information.

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