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I have installed a solid state inn the computer, but when i try to boot the operative system, i can not do it because the bios do not recognize it (in windows i can make copies and save files there).
the bios version is F.69
someone can help me please
There are three different types of SSDs:
1) SATA SSD -- looks like a laptop drive with the same connectors
2) m.2 SATA SSD -- looks like a memory stick and has two notches in the end
3) m.2 NVMe SSD -- looks like a memory stick but has one notch in the end
We need to know which of these is your SSD.
It is a SSD, It has two notchs
OK, then I have no idea why the BIOS does not see it.
With an NVMe drive, if you';re not operating in UEFI mode and you have not formatted the drive GPT, the BIOS/UEFI will not see the drive.
But with a SATA drive, the BIOS should see it just like it sees an HDD, even if the drive is blank and unformatted.
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