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Could you please check this for me.
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Hi Martin,
One of my friend has a Aspire A715-71G laptop, it has the facility to install a NVMe M.2 SSD but HWiNFO64 doesn't recognise the port, is it because the laptop model is new? I am posting this as a feedback for you to have a look.


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If there's no device plugged-in the PCIe port might be powered down and not appear in the list.
If the NVMe device is plugged in, it should appear under a PCIe port, but not as part of the SATA AHCI controller you listed.
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(11-27-2017, 03:06 PM)Martin Wrote: If there's no device plugged-in the PCIe port might be powered down and not appear in the list.
If the NVMe device is plugged in, it should appear under a PCIe port, but not as part of the SATA AHCI controller you listed.

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