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Installing a second SSD on The ThinkPad X1 Extreme

A greeting to the community.
Can someone tell me if the Samsung 970 Pro m.2 PCIe NVMe 1 Tb SSD to be installed on the second slot is compatible with X1 Extreme?
I ask because a Samsung P951 SSD caused a blue screen and did not start the PC

Thank you all

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Re: Installing a second SSD on The ThinkPad X1 Extreme

docet,

I assume the BSOD issue could be caused by RAID settings. In this case both drives must be the same type and have the same capacity.



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Re: Installing a second SSD on The ThinkPad X1 Extreme

Thank you for your answer.
Original SSD 512 Gb, the second 256 Gb.
Initially I formatted the second from Disk Management, I copied data and it worked regularly.
I didn't intervene in the BIOS and didn't select RAID.
After a reboot the BSOD occurred.
Sorry about the exposure, but I write in Italian and translates Google.
Thank you.
If you have other ideas I'm grateful.
I'm waiting for the arrival of Samsung SSD 970 Pro 1 Tb, hopefully it's compatible.

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