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mini-PCI-Express x1 "fdisk -l" don't see it.

Raymond DayRaymond Day Posts: 67New Member
Got some sort of RAM or Flash ram a wile ago and seen if it fits in the Up Squared board I have. It does. I had to take off the case to fit it because it's to long.

Got this photo of it.



I don't even remember what size it is. It be neat if can get it to see it.

Any thing wrong with this besides being to long. It fix in it and still runs with it but just don't see it.

I felt it and it's not getting hot at all so it must be plug in right.

If you want to see a bigger photo of this https://photos.app.goo.gl/i9x9MqgFiea9ddKf1I uploaded it to my Google photos here.

-Raymond Day

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  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 157Administrator, Moderator admin
    Did you change the mPCIe slot in the BIOS from "mPCIe" to "mSATA"?

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  • Raymond DayRaymond Day Posts: 67New Member
    No I did not do that. So you can not have both of them on then I guess. Have to have "mPCIe" or "mSATA". I do have a SATA 500GB hard drive on it now. It works. I will have to test for "mPCIe" Thank you. I guess that's it have to go in the BIOS.

    -Raymond Day
  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 157Administrator, Moderator admin
    The mPCIe slot can only fit one device. :) With the way the BIOS is written, whichever you install (mSATA drive, or mPCIe device), you'll need to go into the BIOS and switch to whichever you use.

    The onboard SATA port works independently. So you're 500GB should be just fine, with the mSATA drive installed as well. :)

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  • LemmingOverlordLemmingOverlord Posts: 8New Member

    I think that's a miniPCIe SSD from an Asus eeePC (16GB, I believe). Don't expect much performance out of this, tho'

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