Original Question: XPS 27 one 2720 - replace 32GB mSATA for 250GB mSATA by poNgz0r
Verified Answer: RE: XPS 27 one 2720 - replace 32GB mSATA for 250GB mSATA by poNgz0r
Oke! It's Thursday now and I am glad to inform that it works. I will write a quick guide how I did it, I will use some of Philips links for a longer description.Download/ Setup BIOS
More info for step 2, 3 and 4 go to http://dellwindowsreinstallationguide.com/download-microsoft-windows-and-office/download-microsoft-windows/download-windows-8-1-retail-and-oem-iso/
Take apart the PC to replace the mSATA 32GB with mSATA 250GB
I hope this helps. Thanks to Philip for the most of the tutorials. The only part i didn't follow was the "remap the user directory". Because at the setup i "deleted the hard drives" and i only added the mSATA drive so Windows could only be installed on my mSATA.
After Windows was installed i add the other drive via Computer > Right mouse > Manage > Storage > Disks > Right mouse on the 2TB drive and add new volume.Let me know if you need help!