Unboxing e instalación de disco SSD HP S700 500GB SATA 3 | Cómo instalar una Unidad de Estado Solido

Good morning everyone. This time it is a very video
fast, since I’m going to install a disk of solid state, or SSD on a PC, and although it is
something quite simple, I take advantage and teach you the process. Specifically as you are seeing it is about
HP S700 500GB SSD, whichever This brand is not for any special reason,
but just a few days ago they had it on offer on the PC Components page. Here you can see the characteristics of the
SSD, which are the usual ones in this type of discs, and if we open the box we simply
we found the SSD with the four screws to hold it This is something that is often asked a lot,
but the normal thing is that any SSD you buy, Always include the necessary screws. I also show you how the SSD is, although
don’t have anything special either, being this model as you see, completely in black color. Otherwise, this manual is also included
in several languages, which really isn’t that It is very necessary, and as you can see, we are told
that the SSD can be installed both on a PC desktop as in a laptop, so
that without further ado we will proceed to place it, which in my case I will put
in a tower Normally, any current tower is
that has a space to place the SSD, that in this tower is indicated here,
although in reality in this case it would be fair at the rear. Specifically this would be more or less the site
where it would be put in this tower, although yes you have an old tower that has no support
for SSD, there are very cheap adapters to convert any disk media
3.5 inch conventional hard, in one 2.5 inches that are what you use SSD. Here we see better how the disk would fit
on the other side, and we check that the holes for the screws match, so we go
to place them As always, the ideal is to place the screws
in X, that is, after having placed the first one, put the next one in the opposite corner,
and so we make sure it fits well, before placing the rest of the screws. We make sure the disk is completely
fixed, to avoid any type of vibration, and alone we would need to connect the two
cables, the source SATA power cable power, and the SATA connector to the
motherboard The order of the cables inside the tower,
It’s always a little mess, especially if not you have a modular source, so there is
to go looking at the best way to fit them. Remember of course that this whole process
you always have to do it with the computer off, that is, never manipulate the inside of a
PC, without unplugging the cable from the electric current. And with this we have finished the installation,
so now we only have to connect the power outlet, and check that the PC
is detecting the SSD, being recommended enter the BIOS first, to see if we
the new disk appears, which effectively here we are seeing them, so everything
It seems to have gone well. However when entering Windows and look at
my drives, the SSD does not appear to me by nowhere, but that’s completely normal,
since being a new disc, still It has no format, so you have to give it
one in Disk Manager. For that we write the word Hard Disk,
in the Windows search below on the left, and we enter the application, Create and Format
Hard Disk Partitions Once here we look for the disk, which as
you see, he doesn’t date a black band and says Not Assigned, so you just have to do
right click right in that unallocated space, and selecting the option that says “New
Simple volume ”. This window opens and we are giving
to next. Here we leave the entire space just as
is. Now we are asked to assign a drive letter,
that you can leave the one that appears by default, or select any other that is free. And in this window here we select the
format, which is usually NTFS if you are only going to use the disk on the PC, and also
if you want you can also give it a name, Although this is optional. Click on Finish and if we wait for some
seconds will automatically open the disk window, which already appears
between our units Actually this process just needs to be done
if you are going to use it as a secondary disk, now that if you are going to install Windows on this disk,
you can format directly from the installer, so in that case you don’t
worry. By the way, anyone wonders, because
if it is a 500GB disk, it appears only 465GB, that is less space, and safe
that this happens to you also in all your discs. Although to answer this question, you can
see the video that I will leave in the description, where I explain why the disc shows
always less capacity than it indicates the manufacturer. And here the video I hope all this
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