I installed 240gb in my t440p ssd in slot m.2. I put Windows 10, everything works fine, but when you turn on the laptop, every time a message appears in the BIOS "2101: Detection error on ssd1 (M.2)".
This is a big problem, I can not use the sleep mode (the laptop just hangs on this error).
I tried different versions of the BIOS, the results did not work.
Please tell me what else you can try?
Did you test with the SSD and no HDD? Did you do the install on the SSD while the HDD was installed? (These probably wouldn't have anything to do with that error but just want to be complete, making sure it's not a bootloader issue.)
X31, X40, X61T, X61, X201, X220 (i7 IPS), W520 (2720QM/2000M/FHD), T440p (i7-4800MQ/GF730GT/FHD),
Dells: Latitude C840, Precision M70, Precision M4400, M6400 (WUXGA), M6600, M6700, Dell XPS 13 w/Kaby Lake+Iris Pro+TB3
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Today I bought a new disc Transcent MTS420 for 240 GB. The laptop does not see at all. I am disappointed not to understand the reasons.
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T440/T440s/T440p need the 2242 type with a B-key.
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