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

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  1. Tech Junky

    Tech Junky Notebook Consultant

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    I keep forgetting we used to have M2 SATA as a thing. It seems like so long ago that those drives / devices existed.

    I have a Flash drive that makes things difficult when trying to create a boot disk depending on the OS I'm working from because it doesn't show up as a USB drive because it's basically an SSD w/ a USB-A plug on it. I didn't expect to run into that until I tried 4-5 programs in Linux to make a bootable drive as it just wouldn't show / detect from those programs until I found WoeUSB and finally got it written to the drive. It's a speedy little drive though at 285MB/s W / 360MB/s R.

    Still the photos show up to 5 SATA connections which seems to be a bit much for a laptop.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    They still exist today lol.
     
  3. francisco santos

    francisco santos Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, read what you Said and I went straight to the BIOS and when i Open Offboard Sata Controller I get this
    Screenshot_20210106_001954_com.huawei.photos.jpg

    And the m.2 was working perfectly sometimes it stoped recognizing the BIOS but i just unplug all hold powerbutton and its was back runing but this time i just sttoped for good

    The BIOS i updated now to prema v2 but still no m.2 showing up

    I think Im going to buy a ssd
     
  4. DaMafiaGamer

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    Seems like it could be an EC chip issue, check both ITE chips below the mxm card please. Inspect each pin carefully.

    @Khenglish what do you think could be the issue?
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2021
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