I have noticed an M.2 slot in my HP 15Q-bu020tu laptop. I purchased an HP SSD EX900 M.2 to replace my SATA 1 TB HDD. But when Ininstall the SSD in the m.2 slot, it is not allowing my laptop to power on. When I removed it, it works all well.
I bought it on Amazon, it doesn't exchange the item with anything else.
Is it possible that the M.2 slot on-board doesn't support NVMe SSD?
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