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HP ENVY x360 15-aq165nr
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I tried to add m.2 PCIE SSD to my HP ENVY x360 laptop (model: 15-aq165nr), but it does not appears neither in BIOS or device manager. My SSD is Patriot p300P256GM28.

 

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Support for: 256-MB, M2.2280, solid-state drive supporting triple-level cell (TLC) the Patriot drive is newer and is not TLC. This was the factory M.2 PCIe/NVME M.2 and is a bit dated technology but something like this is more likely to work:

 

https://www.impactcomputers.com/847109-003.html

 

 


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So there is no way of making that Patriot SSD work in my laptop?

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Perhaps not. If it is correctly inserted into the slot and the BIOS does not recognize it sorry to say I am having a hard time coming up with a path forward. Make sure BIOS is updated to latest and check for a firmware update for the SSD. Either one of those is worth a try but unlikely to make a difference. It's almost surely a compatibility problem. Pretty common when you mix the latest NVME M.2 SSDs with older laptops. 


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Ok, thanks very much for replying.

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