Did you ever get this working? I have tried a Transcend M.2 SATA III drive (it's an M.2 B+M connection type) It doesn't show in the BIOS or Device Manager...so obviously nothing in Disk Manager! If we cannot, it would seem a bit backwards from Dell. My old M4800 you could have two SSDs and a CD drive (which if you wanted could be converted).
So, you have a Dell Precision 7520 laptop?
There are sometimes other ways to get multiple SSDs working (in virtually any recent machine).
Tesla, thanks for the reply.
Yes I have a 7520, but it's full....already with 2 SSDs.
I was hoping (perhaps naively) that we could install a third into the WLAN slot.
My old Precision 4800 had a dual WWAN/mSata port and I have an SSD installed into that.
The 7520 has freed up without a DVD drive, but has also removed the dual purpose for the WWAN slot.
1. Yes I have a 7520 ... The 7520 has freed up without a DVD drive,
2. but it's full....already with 2 SSDs.
1. That machine looks real nice. I say good riddance to the optical. If you really need it (ie twice a year ?) better to just use a USB one ... IMO.
2. Yeah, sounds like it is full. If you really need more internal storage, I suppose you could upgrade one or both to larger ones. With things like USB-HDD, NAS, and cloud ... I've never had a large need for local storage on a laptop.
Can I install another ssd into the WWAN slot?
While other cards might fit ... usually only a wireless-card will actually work in a WLAN slot.