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  1. Just a little more patience and can get the 4000x, 4100x or the 4200x.
  2. Hehe...Those offers are coming to me now! But because I have a good heart I may redirect half of them to your email address free of charge... ...all of them for a cent for each. My bank account number at the Whole Universe Bank: 1234 567890
  3. Do that now. OR To stop your current and future losses, give up the idea to build your own PC.
  4. You do not really need a second SSD. A good 2TB+ HDD as the secondary would be sufficient. A 512GB SSD with a 3TB HDD is more than enough for me.
  5. In the above case you would not have a new machine. You would replace only the old hard disk. You are allowed to do that.
  6. Quickly get the new SSD and clone to it the contents. Out the current one, in the new one. Done.
  7. A conversation which should be private could be turned into a thread visible to the members?
  8. Copying a post to a different part: That post can be a thread starter without disturbing the original thread. Standard in vB and XF.
  9. Do you have HP Support Assistant installed?
  10. Perhaps some HP files are missing which were included on the recovery partition to setup the Pc ?
  11. How did you install Win 10 to that partition? Do you have a spare Windows?
  12. That partition is not for Win, it includes the raw Win files to be installed on Drive C: . The recovery HP program installs Win and all the other original programs(HP, MS, etc.) from there.
  13. HP ships PCs with such partitions. It's in the manual to create recovery DVDs as soon as you setup the PC . If the drive dies then from the recovery DVDs the PC will make a recovery partition on the new drive and then possible to setup the PC again FROM the recovery partition.
  14. They are too large and too expensive to replace the current phones.
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