want to mount a m.2 80 and have only space for a 40? Take this:

want to mount a m.2 80 and have only space for a 40? Take this:

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    Chupa
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    M.2 NGFF to M.2 NGFF SSD 42mm Adapter Convert Card with FFC Cable

    3,98 Euro

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    Mehtevas
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    do you think that this can help with SSDs troubles?

    I think that the problem is not only the drivers but also hardware on the m.2 slot. Maybe can we change It?

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    Pascal Zinken
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    M.2 NGFF to M.2 NGFF SSD 42mm Adapter Convert Card with FFC Cable 3,98 Euro

    Could you tell me why there is NGFF behind M.2? My SSD is not NGFF but from the same make and type there is a NGFF version…… Different ?  Maybe also boot problem solving?

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    Chupa
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    call me Chupa, not Wikipedia or DuckDuckGo (anybody still uses Goooogel? really? read the news about facebook lately, How do you think the big G is doing regarding you porn search or medical search or ….)
    back to Uncle Chupa, why not ask Wikipedia first: “what is NGFF ” or a  search engine?
    If you want personal support, go to you local computer guy or join uncle Chupas merry band of misfits for just 49.95 a year you get up to 5 problems fixed or no charge.

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