04-18-2017 01:43 PM
I installed a WD blue SSD sata m.2 in the m.2 slot (m keyed) but the BIOS doesn't recognize it. Maybe the Lubin motherboard accepts PCIE m.2 SSD only?
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Re: M.2 SATA SSD not recognized
07-02-2017 03:14 AM
04-19-2017 12:24 PM - edited 04-19-2017 12:25 PM
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I understand the WD Blue SSD M2 SATA isn't being recognized on your computer,
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07-08-2017 10:35 AM
I just purchased an HP Pavilion 570-p026 (LUBIN MB) desktop. The system came with 12GB memory, 1 TB HD and DVD. I want to moved my Windows 10 OS to the SSD. I installed the WD SSD in the M.2 slot on the MB. but the SSD is not showing up anywhere, including windows explorer or Storage management or the BIOS. (it would be nice is someone provided the screw that holds the SSD in place since non of the various computer screws i have collected over the past 20 years fit). So first thing ii'd like to have the 550GB SSD recognized, then 2nd move the OS to the SSD.
07-08-2017 11:38 AM
I suggest HP should fix this issue. Or put a big warning sign outside the box saying the only available m.2 slot is not compatible with SATA. Since there is No empty SATA socket available on the morning therboard, the only empty m.2 slot become the only solution to add another drive.