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10-14-2016 08:08 PM
I have an HP ENVY 27-p041 27" Quad HD IPS Touchscreen All-in-One Desktop that I am trying to get the m.2 SSD to be recognized by the BIOS & subsquently the OS (Win 10 64-bit).
More information about the AIO can be found at the link below. The specification states there is one M.2 Slot for SSD available for expansion. I have a Transcend SATA III m.2 2280 128GB SSD that I've plugged into the open slot but it does not get recognized. The other m.2 slot is already occupied by the wifi card. I've highlighted the SSD in the image (lower left). The Slot is 'Enabled' in the BIOS and storage options are set to AHCI. Currently only the 'regular' HDD is recognized. The BIOS is at rev vA0.10 which appears to be the latest.
The SSD does work because it gets recognized in the BIOS & OS of a different HP PC. Any ideas how I can get this working? Thanks!
- One M.2 slot for WLAN
- One M.2 slot for SSD
10-17-2016 12:09 PM
Hi! @HL7, Welcome to HP forums.
I understand that M.2 SSD is not recognizing on your PC.
I checked the records and found the supported m.2 drive for your PC is 2.5" Samsung 850 evo - SSD M.2 SATA.
Keep me posted!
Have a great day! 🙂
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10-18-2016 02:07 PM - edited 10-18-2016 02:12 PM
No, customer asks questions forTWO different machines. My previous reply was for HP Envy 24-n250ur, not this one which is HP envy 27-p041.
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