Now that you've installed a new M.2 SSD (solid state drive) into your PC, the next steps are to make this blazing-fast storage device bootable and also setup Windows 10. Installing Windows 10 on an M.2 SSD isn't difficult, but there are a few things to you'll need to confirm or configure in order for your PC to recognize the desired drive. This guide will show you how to setup the M.2 SSD as a boot drive, as well as start the installation process for Windows 10. Special thanks to ADATA, iBuyPower, and Microsoft for providing the demonstration materials in this how-to guide! Search URL: https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?firstonly=1&q=m.2+ssd&pp=20&sort=newest&rating=popular&filter%5B%5D=87951&forumid%5B%5D=9&hideexpired=1&r=1 How to Make an M.2 SSD a Boot Drive Author's note: BIOS will look different depending on your motherboard's manufacturer.
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