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Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2017-04-22, 14:31 PM

Hello, can i use for M.2 SSD A-Data Premier Pro SP900 128GB [ASP900NS38-128GM-C] ?

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2017-04-23, 3:32 AM

Yup, as long as its 2.5" SATA 3 which the Adata is. 


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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2017-04-23, 9:53 AM

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Hello, can i use for M.2 SSD A-Data Premier Pro SP900 128GB [ASP900NS38-128GM-C] ?


I would advise being cautious.  EricX mentions using a 2.5 inch SATA SSD drive, but that would replace your existing drive.  Is that what you were intending?

 

If you were thinking of using an M.2 SSD drive, it is not clear that the Y510P can accommodate one.  In the "Hardware Maintenance Manual" there is one mention of this, in the "Specifications" section, where for the "PCI Express Mini Card slot" (page 28 in the HMM), it shows:

 

Wimax/WIFI x 1

SSD x 1

 

I think that these are alternatives, which means that you would have to remove the wi-fi card in order to fit the M.2 SSD.  Also, there is no mention anywhere else in the HMM of what M.2 SSD drives are compatible.  This suggests to me that the mention of "SSD x 1" might actually be a mistake.

 

So, proceed with caution.

 

-- from CyberSimian in the UK

 

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2017-04-23, 9:57 AM

Thank you. I know this, some M.2 ssd are 80mm, for lenovo y510p i need 40mm ssd. And yes i will use my hdd + m.2 ssd slot

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2017-04-23, 15:47 PM

Hi, take a look at this link: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Lenovo/ideapad-y510p

 

If you're replacing the hard drive in the system, you'll just need a 2.5" SATA 3 7mm SSD, like this Adata (https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211601) and the ones I linked above. 

 

A 2.5" SSD isn't M.2; that's a completely different standard. If you're looking to replace your wireless card, which uses the PCIe slot, you'll need something like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-6Gb-s-Half-Size-mSATA-Mini-PCIE-SSD-16GB-Solid-State-Drive-US-Seller-/252617593694?hash=item3ad12e935e:g:TCAAAOSwT6pVy7xC

 

I would just suggest replacing the hard drive and that be it, since you can't really do much with such a small mini PCIe SSD anyways. Plus, they're much more expensive when you compare it to its 2.5" or M.2 counterparts. 


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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2018-03-21, 14:04 PM

Your M.2 SSD A-Data Premier Pro SP900 will only work in Compatible-IDE mode with the Y510P. I have the same setup (Lenovo Y510P + M.2 SSD A-Data Premier Pro SP900) and no matter of the configurations in BIOS, it only works in IDE mode.

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2019-04-24, 15:59 PM

Hello! What does that mean? I want to insert an SSD in the extra slot that this laptop has. Can i install windows on this SSD, or do I have to remove my dvd and put a 2.5" SSD?

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2019-04-25, 5:17 AM

I have only had and tried an A-Data Premier Pro SP900 in the M.2 slot of the Y510P and this SSD was only recognized when selecting the IDE compatible mode. And yes, I was able to install and boot Windows 10 from it in this mode, but you will not be able to use the M.2 SSD at its full potential of course, not being in native SATA AHCI mode. With all the troubleshooting I have done, if you want to try the M.2 slot of the Y510P, buy anyother M.2 SSD than A-Data. And post the results here.

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2019-04-25, 22:46 PM

Thanks for the feedback Cyp!

 

I'll buy another one and post the results here.

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Re: Lenovo Y510p SSD upgrade

2019-05-12, 1:06 AM

Hello Cyp!  I have a feedback for you and the community.

 

I bought a KingSpec M.2 2280/2242 128GB.

 

It worked perfectly, after installed it didn't appear to me. I just needed to go to "Computer Management", then clicked on the unnalocated memory with the right button, then chose "New sample volume" and it was ready. After that I booted Win 10 from my USB driver. 

 

It is incredibly better!!! Really fast! Loving it!

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