Einleitung

Your storage system is important. Before starting this guide, remember that damaging this component will cause you to lose your data. When ready, follow this guide.

Ersatzteile

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  1. Remove the ten 7.9 mm screws with the Phillips #1 screwdriver.
    • Remove the ten 7.9 mm screws with the Phillips #1 screwdriver.

  2. Insert metal spudger into a gap in between the back panel and the back of the screen. Pry off the back panel using the metal spudger as a lever, and remove the back panel by lifting the rest off by hand.
    • Insert metal spudger into a gap in between the back panel and the back of the screen.

    • Pry off the back panel using the metal spudger as a lever, and remove the back panel by lifting the rest off by hand.

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  4. Remove the single 3.6 mm screw holding the left side of the M.2 SSD card with a Phillips #1 screwdriver.
    • Remove the single 3.6 mm screw holding the left side of the M.2 SSD card with a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

  5. Gently pull out the SSD card at the angle it is relaxed in to remove it. It is easiest to do this by hand.
    • Gently pull out the SSD card at the angle it is relaxed in to remove it. It is easiest to do this by hand.

    • Be gentle when pulling the SSD card out. It should take little effort to get it to slide out properly.

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Inaki Madrigal

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I tried this, but the M.2 memory is not recognizable by the computer. Fortunately the computer was less than a year old so I was able to get free Dell service help.

Unfortunately, Dell said that this laptop had no options for upgrading the M.2 computer. It wa the same model number and I tried to put in Samsung NAND 970 EVO 500 GB. It did not recognize it.

Dell suggested I buy a new computer.

Any recommendations?

Robert - Antwort

Hey, I actually made this guide. I’m sorry it didn’t work for you. I don’t think it’s right for you to have to purchase a new computer unless the M.2 port is damaged, in which repair really isn’t possible. I don’t really know what could have happened. Did the computer actually boot into the OS (operating system)?

Inaki Madrigal -

Can I upgrade the M2 card to NVME module? Technically the port are same. But have read on some forum it won’t recognized by the system.

Tharun George - Antwort

It looks like the SSD I need to buy is a SATA drive with both the M key and B key, right? (not PCIe NVME or AHCI)

Getting the correct info from Dell is pointless. I’m looking at buying this 1TB to replace my existing 512GB drive.

https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-MX500-NAN...

Thanks!

Dennis Welch - Antwort

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