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SSD chip detection in BIOS

Product Name: HP Pavilio x2 Detachable
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

HP Pavilion x2 Detachable .... P0H48EA#ABU .... Windows 10 Home 64-bit

How can I set SSD chip detection in BIOS

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madd0005 wrote:

Sorry. Should have read "MicroSD chip". 

 

I want touse it as boot device as there is not enough space ob=]n Drive C for Windows 10 Creator


 A µSDHC media card is not a chip, it is a media card.

 

If you go to a store and ask for media cards they will know what you are looking for, otherwise they will probably ask your for more information.


It won't work as a boot device if it is not recognized in the boot selection options or in the BIOS as part of the boot devices.

 

You can use a µSDHC media card up to 2TB in capacity as a storage device.

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Re: SSD chip detection in BIOS

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What you are asking is not clear.  An SSD is a solid state disk. It is not a "chip".

 

Are you having a problem with an SSD not being identified?

 

Your device does not use an SSD disk it supports 32- or 64-GB eMMC (v5.0) flash drives.

 

If you want to upgrade the storage capacity of your notebook, the only viable options  is a µSDHC media card.

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Re: SSD chip detection in BIOS

Sorry. Should have read "MicroSD chip". 

 

I want touse it as boot device as there is not enough space ob=]n Drive C for Windows 10 Creator

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Re: SSD chip detection in BIOS

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madd0005 wrote:

Sorry. Should have read "MicroSD chip". 

 

I want touse it as boot device as there is not enough space ob=]n Drive C for Windows 10 Creator


 A µSDHC media card is not a chip, it is a media card.

 

If you go to a store and ask for media cards they will know what you are looking for, otherwise they will probably ask your for more information.


It won't work as a boot device if it is not recognized in the boot selection options or in the BIOS as part of the boot devices.

 

You can use a µSDHC media card up to 2TB in capacity as a storage device.

If I was able to help you or guide you on your way to resolve your issue, you can click on the purple Thumbs up + icon to say thanks.

If your problem is solved , please click the Accepted Solution button

I am not an HP Employee, I am a volunteer posting here on my own time
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