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A475: adding 2nd SSD to the WWAN slot

Just try: TRANSCEND MTS420 M.2 2242  240 GB SSD 


and i got - 1802 unantorise network card 


Epic FAIL on A475 AMD


Moderator note: post moved to its own thread.  Subject edited to match content.  Was:  Re: T470 and adding 2nd SSD to the WWAN (how to actually do it)

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Re: A475: adding 2nd SSD to the WWAN slot

There's no mention of secondary storage capability for the WWAN slot in the base spec:


For reference, here's the base spec of the T470 - the model discussed in the thread where you originally posted this:


That's not to say that it couldn't have been an undocumented feature, but it certainly looks like it is not supported in the A475.



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Re: A475: adding 2nd SSD to the WWAN slot

Just looking at this laptop (as I just got one off ebay), page 77 of the maintenance manual suggests it should be possible.  Maybe with a firmware update or some setting in the BIOS?



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