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Bulgaria keyser_soze 
I need help with installing an ssd for a friend of mine and im running into some troubles, can someone help me out?
2021-01-17 13:02
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2021-01-17 13:03
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Brazil angryyyy
GO ON, START TALKING
2021-01-17 13:05
1. plug it in 2. done
2021-01-17 13:06
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United States GGtho
just connect it and then close it
2021-01-17 13:06
Dai snimka
2021-01-17 13:08
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2021-01-17 13:11
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Oceania sergei_
what ssd? sata or m.2 and what troubles?
2021-01-17 13:09
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Its sata the problem is the following: 1. The drive is showing in the BIOS. 2. The drive is showin in windows (when I click on C>TOOLS> It says the ssd is working properly, but it doesn't show up in the disk managment and it says the drivers are up to date but still..
2021-01-17 13:11
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open the windows partitionmanager (just type that in) and allocate memory to the drive like create a partition
2021-01-17 13:18
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yeah the problem is it doesnt show up in here
2021-01-17 13:20
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it's unlikely that it's that, but how many other drives does the pc have? if its old or not the best mainboard it could be that you don't have enough PCI-lanes to run another drive, but it's very unlikely, probably some small fix I don't know about, but trying another SATA port could help edit: nvm forget about it, i forgot its not a m.2, not enough pci-lanes cant be a problem for sata drives
2021-01-17 13:25
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he has another 120gb ssd but yeah it makes sense. his motherboard is h310m-k
2021-01-17 13:25
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Hungary salander4
Try to switch SATA port on the motherboard. On my previous motherboard I had compatibility issues between my new SSD and some of the ports. [SATA0/SATA1 is worked well, the other ports not that much]
2021-01-17 13:26
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I mean it would make perfect sense if he just put the same cable from his old hdd to the ssd and the ssd isnt working properly, right?
2021-01-17 13:50
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Hungary salander4
Sure... but I did the same, detached my HDD and pluged in the SSD. I had absolutely no clue what's the problem... Finally I found that it was pluged to SATA5 or SATA6, because that was the most easily accessible, not SATA0 at the other side of the motherboard. :D
2021-01-17 13:58
i don't know details
2021-01-17 13:10
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Hungary salander4
Check the drive in Start -> Disk Management. Probably the space on the SSD is not allocated yet in Windows (no letter for the Drive, etc).
2021-01-17 13:18
You need to set up the drive in windows, I don't remember quite how exactly from last year I did. But was simple enough that the option was right in my face in devices and drives section.
2021-01-17 13:27
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