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Occasional BSOD after SSD upgrade to higher capacity HP ProBook 450 G4

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HP ProBook 450 G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

After upgrading the M.2 SSD - replacing the original 256GB SanDisk with a 1TB Cruzer M.2 SSD

(see this link: )

I have experienced more that 25 BSOD within the last 2 month right after the Cruzer SSD was installed


Here is a screenshot of the latest:

Screenshot BSODScreenshot BSOD

Most of the errors are BugCheck 1001, 0x1a with parameter 1: 0x3f, CRC error in pagein operation as shown in the screenshot.


Could it be that this Cruzer 1TB M.2 SSD is not compatible with the ProBook 450 G4, even though Cruzer on their site says it is 100% compatible?
Is the 1TB M.2 SSD to big?
Could it be a driver issue? How can I check or upgrade?


Most of the time it has happened with many windows open, ie 'full' utilization of memory but the latest incident was with only a single window open (Firefox - Gmail)


The ProBook 450 G4 is running Windows 10 Pro, 1909 Build 18363.1082
- DISM /online /cleanup-image /checkhealth
- DISM /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
- sfc /scannow
all shows no issues

Memory check has been run twice with no issues


Check for upgrades with HP Support Assistant shows No available Upgrades


Other posts in the community suggest that a M.2 SSD with higher capacity (ie 500GB) can be used in the ProBook 450 G4 allthough only 128GB and 256GB is mentioned in the maintenance manual


Any advice and suggestions are most welcome




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