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Bios changes for nvme ssd

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Need i change any bios settings for connecting nvme ssd. In some reviews they said, we need to change to ahci mode. Is it correct?

But i cant see that option in bios

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You don't need to change anything. Don't make any changes in the BIOS just install the NVME M.2 in the M.2 slot.

 

AHCI means SATA so I really question if anybody said set AHCI for an NVME M.2 SSD. It would make no sense. 

 

Are you having problems? What are you trying to do? Happy to give specific help. 

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Will my laptop support pcie 3.0x4 nvme ssd?

Will it support samsung Pm 981 nvme ssd?

 

 

https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/ssd/client-ssd/MZVLB512HAJQ/

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Yes it will:

 

Service Manual

 

Start on p. 38 for rear cover removal. Be careful not to stretch out the rubber feet. 

 

A PM981 will work. That is likely what HP would supply if the laptop is ordered with one. 

 

M.2 slot circled in redM.2 slot circled in red

 

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