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hard drive upgrade on pavilion 15-cs2064st

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Pavilion 15-cs2064st
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I  replaced the harddrive in  my pavilion 15-cs2064st  with a 1000GB NVME  M.2 SSD in place of the 16 GB intel optane card.  All files were copied over to this drive.  The original hard drive was removed and replaced with a 2.5" SSD and is used as the auxiliary drive.  I turned off  the intel optane  memory and storage management feature prior to the upgrade.   Should this be turned back on again or does it matter since everything is now on  the NVME drive.  

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It is not necessary to turn on the intel Optane memory and storage management feature.

 

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