Windows 10: Just curious about my HD ('s) Solved

  1.    15 Oct 2015 #1

    Just curious about my HD ('s)


    When I look at the specifications, it shows these:

    Hard Drives 1 TB (SATA); 6 GB (Solid State Hybrid); 8 GB (Solid State)

    Does that mean there are three hard drives or is it three-in-one Hard drive?
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  2.    15 Oct 2015 #2

    Johannes said: View Post
    When I look at the specifications, it shows these:

    Hard Drives 1 TB (SATA); 6 GB (Solid State Hybrid); 8 GB (Solid State)

    Does that mean there are three hard drives or is it three-in-one Hard drive?
    Check in Device manager which drive it is and it's properties also it's Hardware Id. Those things will let you find exact drive and it's configuration on Google.
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  3.    15 Oct 2015 #3

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ID:	42875Thanks, I guess it is an all-in-one drive then.
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