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Repair information for the second iteration of the Aspire S7, the S7-392. This is a premium 13" ultrabook laptop computer made by Acer.

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Replace SSD in Acer Aspire S7-392 Ultrabook

My Ultrabook is an Acer Aspire S7-392 with 128Gb SSD.

How I do you replace the 128Gb SSD with a 256Gb SSD.

Which brand I can use?

Can you give me procedure for replacement.


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You may want to look at this review: NoteBookCheck.Net - Acer Aspire S7-392 review.

The SSD Acer is using in this model is a 256GB mSATA unit made by Kingston.

So if we check the Kingston web site we find this drive: SSDNow mS200 Drive.

While I can't be 100% sure here, I think you can use the Kingston drive. Why don't you give them a call to double check, I'm sure they can help you. Let us know what you find out.

Make sure you make a full backup and review Acer's info on restoring your OS on the new drive before you alter anything.

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Aspire s7's have a raid 0 setup, so I believe they have 2 physical drives, unless it's just partitioned that way...


My Acer Aspire S7-191-53334G12ASS has 2 x 60GB SSD in RAID 0 configuration, giving me a simple partition of 120GB.


Yes you can upgrade, I upraded my S7-391 to 480Gb with this drive. MyDigitalSSD 480GB (512GB) Bullet Proof 4 Eco (BP4e V2) 50mm SATA III (6G) mSATA SSD Solid State Drive - MDMS-BP4e-512. Get them on Amazon for around $180. Upgrade is straight forward, the RAID0 is of little benefit anyway so just go for it.


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