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Hi @Renzov75,

thanks for the info... I just check latest BIOS for my Pavilion but a new version hasn't been released. At the moment the latest is still the F.26 Rev.A (ROM SSID 82FE).

 

Cheers

frank

 

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Hi Frank,

 

It was not solving the issue. So still awaiting the HP SSD to hopefullly get back the SSD speed....

 

Cheers, Renzo

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Hi Frank,

 

After placing the HP S700 Pro in my system all was working fine again.

Problem solved, nevertheless I still believe HP is throwing their own windows with this approach....atleast my new pc will not be HP anymore.

 

Cheers, Renzo

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Hi @Renzov75, somehow a good news... at least you have the pc working again

 

Cheers

frank

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Frank,

 

You are not alone. I have tried with two M.2 SSD w/wo NAND on two different HP PCs unsuccessfully. Both SSD worked on a GIGABYTE motherboard effortlessly. 

 

Does anyone know how to scale up this situation wit HP to get an answer?

 

Currently, the people at HP support are completely clueless.

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Hi @Razira,

 

I bought a couple of HP S700s and now things work ... but at what price!
2 hd SSD M.2 returned to Amazon and many hours of my time spent trying to understand the problem, without support from HP which invited me to check the compatibility of "his" motherbord Willow2 on the sites of two SSD producers ... really embarrassing!

I really can't understand how a serious company like HP can behave this way without being ashamed and punished

I'm very disappointed with HP

 

Cheers
frank

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