Can you replace Microsoft Surface Pro 7 SSD?
No, you can’t! all Surface Pro 7 models come with a soldered SSD. So make sure you purchase a Surface Pro 7 model with the right amount of SSD Storage (128GB, 256GB, 512GB or 1TB).
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i have surface pro 7 i have problem with system password i cant open or do anything can you help me
You will need to reset your Surface. Here is how to do that.
Is there a way to access the SSD on my surface pro 1866 if I remove it from the motherboard? The unit is trashed but the motherboard is fine, I just need the data off of it. What a piece of $hit this unit is!!!
I have a full SMD electronics bench and I can read schematic, so I would just need the pinouts to make the connections to it and add a SATA connector to it and hopefully recover the data……
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Hi Tom Dee – Were you able to get the hard drive out. Having the same issue and wondering what options might be there to extract the data. Seems like the motherboard on the unit I have is done – no response what so ever and doesnt start up at all. Wondering what the options are to get data off hard drive. Thanks.