Clevo P750ZM (maybe bios problem)M.2 ssd and Wifi/lan not working

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  1. francisco santos

    francisco santos Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sad day boys!

    The laptop is still not finding the m.2 drive and its really late ... I'm gonna get to sleep

    I Will be here tomorow trying again
     

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    Ok..... photo shows a blank screen and two orange lights indicating power/charging in the off state.
     
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    I know when I flash pc's they tend to mess with settings for M2.... just occurred to me with your BIOS photo. If the bios has Intel RST toggle it from off to on or on to off and see if that makes a difference otherwise it's electrically not showing up due to a fault on the board like stated originally.

    Possibly try defaulting the settings and/or short out the BIOS to factory defaults removing the battery within the case and holding the power button for 30 seconds to completely discharge the system.
     
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    I team good morning to you all
     
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    Im going to do that right now!

    Im gonna search also in the BIOS if the WiFi is turned off
     
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    Still nothing the m.2 is not present on BIOS

    Screenshot_20210105_143633_com.huawei.photos.jpg
     
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    I dont know if I need to Change some values on BIOS or its doomed the laptop...

    Any help is always well received

    Im gonna post some BIOS pictures
     
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    You guys can take a look Screenshot_20210105_144624_com.huawei.photos.jpg
     
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    The only thing that sticks out is the UEFI setting Windows 8+, this sometimes enables secure boot which can cause issues.

    Check under the "off board SATA" option and see if anything is hiding in there related to the M2 sockets. It's weird though to see so many SATA ports listed in a laptop. In the past I had a Dell M6600 that could squeeze 3-4 drives into the chassis between 2 x 2.5" / mSATA / and some other format.

    I think you mentioned a regular HDD worked it's just the M2 ports not working?
    They were working prior to starting the thread?
    Any changes to the OS / BIOS prior to the thread?
    Firmware updates?
     
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    Well the m.2 slots can be SATA of course so they extend that list. I had the old p570wm which had 3x 2.5 inch slots which was amusing.
     
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