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Dell Vostro 15 5568 SSD module??

Hi guys, i need help to choose the right ssd module for this pc.

I already bought a wrong nvme ssd ,  so i don't want to be wrong again.

I saw many videos and i found this on amazon :

https://www.amazon.it/Green-240GB-Unit%C3%A0-Solido-Interna/dp/B01M9B2VB7/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_it_IT=%C3%...

is right for this pc????

 

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The interface is correct -- but before buying, remove the base cover and verify  that the bracket and scre is present in the system.  These are needed to mount the drive and if the system came without an M.2 drive, they likely aren't present in the system and you'll need to purchase them from Dell.

 

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The interface is correct -- but before buying, remove the base cover and verify  that the bracket and scre is present in the system.  These are needed to mount the drive and if the system came without an M.2 drive, they likely aren't present in the system and you'll need to purchase them from Dell.

 

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there aren't screws in the hole near there ...but i think i have some m2x3 from older pcs.... WhatsApp Image 2021-12-11 at 16.49.42.jpeg

this is the photo with the wrong nvme ssd

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Since it appears you're just replacing an existing M.2 SATA drive, no additional hardware is needed.

 

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I m not replacing anything ... that is the wrong nvme that i bought erroneously.... i haven t understand why there is so much space between the screw's hole and the ssd ....It doesn't lean anywhere ... the other memories are the same length ...( sorry for my english, i m italian) 

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does dell vostro i5 15 5568 support nvme ssd

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You have two issues, but that drive is not going to work in your system.  First, the system will take only M.2 2280 (80 mm long) drives.  That's a 2242 drive.

Second, that's an NVMe drive -- your system will take only M.2 SATA drives.  Even if it's connected correctly, the system will not see the drive.

Return the drive and order an M.2 2280 SATA SSD.

 

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No. M.2 SATA or 2.5" SATA only.

 

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