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wny2016
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Second SSD in ZBook 15u G4?

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ZBook 15u G4
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I'm rephrasing a previous query on this topic.

 

I have a ZBook G4, 15u. The primary drive is the factory-standard Toshiba 500BG SSD, which occupies the first HD slot (M.2 form factor) at the top left of the chassis. This laptop has space for a second SSD, standard 2.5", physical format, lower left of the chassis, with the standard connector for a 2.5" SSD. Does anyone know which type of 2.5" SSD would work here? Specific make/model as a f'rinstance?

 

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In the tech manual for this laptop, under storage, it says under Secondary M.2 storage:

 

SATA: various choices, SATA drives

 

PCIe (not available if primary M.2 SATA drive is selected😞 various choices, NVMe drives

 

So there's the answer. The only drive choice for the large second drive area is a standard 2.5" SATA SSD

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In the tech manual for this laptop, under storage, it says under Secondary M.2 storage:

 

SATA: various choices, SATA drives

 

PCIe (not available if primary M.2 SATA drive is selected😞 various choices, NVMe drives

 

So there's the answer. The only drive choice for the large second drive area is a standard 2.5" SATA SSD

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