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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoutTime01 View Post
    Or is the drive installed not NVME? Mine is in my G752VT.

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    HI, The laptop came already with the drive installed and configured on Raid, im not sure about that but this is the info from the site I bout it

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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by NP-complete View Post
    My SSD drive's original setting was Raid, and it's the original C: drive of my G752VY. My suspension problems are gone after switching to AHCI and, trust me, I tried a lot of things before finding an actual fix. Do you think I could damage the drive by switching to AHCI from Raid?
    I thought it made the drives slower. I'm sure someone with more knowledge than me will add further but NVME should perform faster than AHCI from what I have read.

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